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CAIIICarbonic Anhydrase III (biochemistry)
CAIIICentral Asian Infrastructure Integration Initiative (US State Department)
CAIIIChallenge Athena III
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Yet, the inert gas configurations for these atoms would lead one to believe that the [Ca.sup.+2] (CaIII) and [Mg.sup.+]2 (MgIII) lines should have been most intense in the chromosphere.
Under normal circumstances, carbonic anhydrase isoenzyme III (CAIII) is produced in the posterior aspect of the larynx, catalyzing the production of bicarbonate and neutralizing stomach acid.