DBH

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AcronymDefinition
DBHDiameter at Breast Height (forestry)
DBHDatabase Handle
DBHDesign by Humans (t-shirts)
DBHDepartment of Building and Housing (New Zealand)
DBHDoctor of Behavioral Health (Arizona State University)
DBHDopamine Beta-Hydroxylase
DBHDivision of Behavioral Health
DBHDisk Based Hashtables (computer programming)
DBHDeath Becomes Her (movie)
DBHDatenbank Bremische Häfen (German logistics company)
DBHDieselbedrijf Hardinxveld (Dutch supplier)
DBHDessinateur Bâtiment Handicap (French: Handicap Building Designer)
DBHDay Berry Howard (law firm; aka Day Pitney)
DBHDihydroxybenzoic Acid
DBHDirected by Headquarters (US Air Force)
DBHDeath by Hanging
DBHDays Before Harvest/Heading
DBHDouble-Barrier Heterostructure
DBHDynamic Batch Heuristic
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The optimized geometries of the investigated dihydroxybenzoic acids and the corresponding radicals, anions, and radical cations were obtained by M05-2X method, in combination with 6-311++G(d,p) basis set [38, 39].
Comparing examined dihydroxybenzoic acids with the other phenolic acids, such as hydroxybenzoic acids and gallic acid [40, 41], it is clear that dihydroxybenzoic acids show quite good antioxidative properties.
The generally accepted approach based on the thermodynamic parameters (BDE, IP, and PA), related to the HAT, SPLET, and SET-PT mechanisms, was applied to six dihydroxybenzoic acids, their radicals, and the corresponding radical cations and anions.
Hydroxyl radical scavengers have the ability to quench hydroxyl radicals, which could be trapped by salicylic acid and lead to producing dihydroxybenzoic acids that have a characteristic absorption at 510 nm.