CHNO


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CHNOCarbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen and Oxygen (chemical elements)
CHNOCharity Hospital New Orleans
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Ben's Munro quest began the day after his sixth birthday, when he climbed the central Highland trio of Beinn na Lap, Chno Dearg and Stob Coire Sgriodain.
We reviewed the charts of all pediatric patients at CHNO who had been diagnosed with any type of neck abscess from January 1997 through December 2006.
RJPR = [[beta].sub.0] + [[beta].sub.1]RANK + [[beta].sub.2] CMRT + [[beta].sub.3] VIOL + [[beta].sub.4] CHDN + [[beta].sub.5] CHNO + [[beta].sub.6] SIZE
This editor uses a CHNO algorithm, which provides standard functionalities such as minimum/maximum elemental range, electron configuration, and ring-plus double-bond equivalents, as well as a sophisticated comparison of the theoretical with the measured isotope pattern (sigma value) for increased confidence in the suggested molecular formula.
Elemental analysis (CHNO) was performed with an elemental analyzer (Carlo Erba, Stanford, CA, model 1160).
The shale oil samples were analyzed for CHNO using a Vario EL cube CHNOS elemental analyzer (Elementar, Germany), and for the total sulfur content by a Jena EA3100 NS analyzer (Carl Zeiss, Germany).
His mountain mission started on May 31, 2007, the day after his sixth birthday, when he climbed the central Highland trio of Beinn Na Lap, Chno Dearg and Stob Coire Sgriodain with his dad, who has accompanied him on every expedition.
While in his late 40s, Ricard gathered together a group of local businessmen in 1947 to create CHNO - the first bilingual radio station outside of Quebec.
Summary: Undoubtedly one of the most important names in te chno, Detroit's Carl Craig makes a welcome return to Scotland.