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DEUTDeuteronomy
DeutDeuterium
DEUTDépartement d'Etudes Urbaines et Touristiques (French: Department of Urban Studies and Tourism; Canada)
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2]O is caused by decreasing the possibility of biochemical processes running through the appropriate energy levels in deuterium atoms, which, being caused by mass difference, are spatially shifted towards the nucleus in comparison with analogous levels in hydrogen.
96 SD) in relation to deuterium oxide dilution were assessed with the Bland-Altman method (29).
35] uranium, nickel, lithium, oxygen, deuterium, gallium
When the beam struck a target of erbium deuteride, neutron particles were emitted from the target with precisely the energy expected if they were generated by the fusion of two deuterium nuclei.
The CVs for the new method of analysis were assessed using 8, 16, 32, and 64 scans for solutions containing 200, 400, 800, and 1000 [micro]mol/mol deuterium.
Deuterium, which costs only pennies per chip more than hydrogen, can keep the bonding points along the interface of chips intact.
A powerful NMR spectrometer can detect the deuterium/hydrogen ratio at specific sites on a molecule even though deuterium is present in very small amounts.
The researchers found that deuterium levels in water trapped inside molten rock and unaltered since the planet's early days are significantly lower than those in seawater.
Manufacturers of these instruments have traditionally chosen xenon flash and deuterium lamps as light sources for these applications.
AVP-786 is a novel investigational drug product consisting of a combination of deuterium modified dextromethorphan and ultra-low dose quinidine, said the company.
But the water vapor is natural to Mars and shows five times as much deuterium to hydrogen as Earth's seawater.
According to Txchnologist, General Electric's online tech magazine, this fusion reactor would be fueled by "a few tonnes" of deuterium (a heavy isotope of hydrogen) and lithium-6 (a stable molecule of lithium) in a crystalline structure.