DCM

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AcronymDefinition
DCMDilated Cardiomyopathy
DCMDichloromethane
DCMDeputy Chief of Mission
DCMDebt Capital Markets
DCMDoll Capital Management
DCMDistinguished Conduct Medal (UK Military)
DCMDiscontinuous Conduction Mode
DCMDemand Chain Management
DCMDigital Clock Manager
DCMDistrict Committee Member
DCMDigital Content Manager
DCMDispersion Compensation Module
DCMData Collection Module
DCMDiscontinuous Current Mode
DCMDirector of Civilian Marksmanship
DCMDefense Contract Management
DCMDigital Camera Module
DCMData Communication Module
DCMDigital Cable Modem
DCMDesign and Construction Management
DCMDisplay Control Module (IBM)
DCMDirection Cosine Matrix
DCMDisplay and Control Module
DCMDecimeter
DCMDigital Carrier Module (telecommunications)
DCMDon't Care Much
DCMDICOM File Format (file extension; medical imaging)
DCMDigital Circuit Multiplication
DCMDistrict Court Martial (various nations)
DCMDon't Come Monday (fired from job)
DCMDynamic Content Management
DCMDigital Cartographic Model
DCMDelhi Cloth Mills
DCMDocument Content Management
DCMDriver Chain Manager (software library to coordinate accessibility applications)
DCMDangerous Cargo Manifest (US DOT)
DCMDeputy Commander for Maintenance
DCMDocument Compliance Manager (Documentum)
DCMDiagnostic Control Module
DCMDirect Connect Module
DCMDreamcast Magazine
DCMData Control Module
DCMData Change Management
DCMDECOM Control Memory (NASA)
DCMData Communications Multiplexer
DCMData Communications Manager
DCMDiscrete Control Module
DCMDesign Change Management
DCMDefensive Counter Measures
DCMDevelopment Cycle Manager
DCMDecoupled Cell Monte-Carlo
DCMDMLSS Communications Management
DCMDistribution Cache Manager
DCMDesktop Configuration Management (computing)
DCMDefensive Combat Maneuvering
DCMData Compression Multiplexer
DCMDiode-Capacitor Multiplier
DCMDivision Computing Management
DCMDisk Coverage Method
DCMDefinition, Calculation, and Measurement
DCMDefense Control Management
DCMDomestic Capacity Management (Sprint)
DCMDelaware Custom Material
DCMDistance-Conserving Mapping
DCMDirectory Control Module
DCMDisciplined Clock Module (DSC)
DCMDivision Control Multivibrator
DCMDistrict Channel Manager
DCMDelivery Capability Management
DCMDirect Control Mode
DCMDigital Commerce Manager
DCMDocument Classification Module
DCMDesign Compliance Manager (various companies)
DCMDesired Configuration Management
DCMDisability Case Management
DCMData Channel Multiplexer (US DoD)
DCMDell Client Manager (computing)
DCMDark Chaos Magic (gaming clan)
DCMDorset County Museum (UK)
DCMDistribution Channel Management (IBM)
DCMData Correction Mode
DCMData Collection Management
DCMDépartement de Chimie Moléculaire (French: Department of Molecular Chemistry)
DCMDepartment of Comparative Medicine (various schools)
DCMData Collection and Monitoring
DCMDiscrete Choice Model (facial expression recognition)
DCMDispositif de Commande Manuelle (French: Manual Control Device)
DCMDorures Charles Mathieu (French boutique)
DCMDebt Control Management (South Africa)
DCMData Center Migration
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The ability of the extracts (n-hexane, dichloromethane, acetone, methanol, and water) of H.
The biological sample (200 uL) containing internal standard (100 uL), water (3 mL), concentrated HCL (10 uL) were transferred into the cartridge and forced through it by applying vacuum, washed with water (2 mL), dried by air and then dichloromethane (1 mL) was used to elute the analytes.
Measurements of dichloromethane in the atmosphere over the past two decades, provided by scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in the United States, were also analysed.
Solvent partitioning of the crude ethanol extract with hexane, ethyl acetate, dichloromethane, and water separated the nonpolar, slightly polar, and polar compounds.
The recyclability experiment was performed using the recovered catalyst, wherein, the recovered catalyst was washed with dichloromethane and dried in an oven for 50[degrees]C for 10 min and used in the reaction again.
The dichloromethane fraction of the branches was eluted in dichloromethane:acetone 7:3 (v/v), and after the staining of the chromatographic plate with Dragendorff reagent, orange spots that interacted strongly with the silica (retention factor: intermediate to high) could be visualized, indicating the presence of alkaloids as constituents of this fraction.
Dichloromethane (otherwise known as methylene chloride) is used as a CFC replacement in the production of polyurethane flexible slab, and as an aerosol propellant.
Metabolism of dichloromethane involves two primary pathways (see Supplemental Material Figure S1): an oxidative CYP2E1 pathway that is predominant at low exposures, and a glutathione S-transferase (GST)-catalyzed pathway that results in the conjugation of dichloromethane to glutathione (GSH) (Gargas et al.
frugiperda (Table 1), the dichloromethane fraction of stems was the one that caused higher larval mortality than those recorded in the ethanol, acetone and water controls.
Picric acid Mn(NO3)24H2O Co(NO3)26H2O Cu(NO3)23H2O Zn(NO3)26H2O Pb(NO3)2 HNO3 NaNO3 CH3COOH CH3COONa dichloromethane and chloroform were purchased from Merck.
For all the assays, hexane and dichloromethane extracts were dissolved in chloroform and all methanol extracts were dissolved in ethanol; 2 mL of the extracts was placed in tests-tubes.