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The hypothesis is that the monomers are scattered in the semiconductor in such a way that it is very difficult for them to return to their original configuration and re-form the ruthenium dimer.
Ozet: Alkil Keten Dimer (AKD) seluloz ve turevleri icin uygun olan yaygin bir ic tutkallama ajanidir.
Considering all these data, the aim of our study was to evaluate possible usefulness of DHZ and its symmetric dimer as antiatherosclerotic compounds by investigating their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antithrombotic activity on human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVEC) exposed to oxidative and inflammatory stimuli.
This decision has been difficult because it impacts employees in Kankakee and our dimer and polyamide customers," said Gerry Podesta, senior vice president for Dispersions and Pigments in North America.
Mishra said that the idea is that if they are able to do this for another planet, they could look for this characteristic pattern of absorption from dimer molecules to identify them.
Certain local rearrangements of [GAMMA] preserve the dimer measure [[mu].
The results relate to a program of validation drilling to confirm historic drill intersections at the Golden Slipper pit at the Mt Dimer project.
Some of our knowledge has come from the study of the simple water dimer [5-9], the gaseous adduct of two molecules linked by a single hydrogen bond (see Figure 2).
In the work, a niobium (Nb) dimer nanowire acts as a weak link between two superconducting (bulk) Nb electrodes in a microfabricated junction.
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Eng and colleagues found, through laboratory analyses, that the most potent procyanidin B dimer competed with the androgen substrate for binding with aromatase.
The covalently linked dimers form channels whose proton permeability differs significantly depending on the chirality of the dimer (Figure 1).