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Ind Eng Chem Res 52, 2013, 3947-3948 100%

In the Supporting Information from ref 1, the authors provide a numbered list of their 1620 compounds with corresponding names, molecular formulas, CAS RN, and the chemical “family” to which each compound belongs.

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IJEAS0406014 98%

Depending on the structures of four synthesized compound, the compound d showed higher free radical neutralizing abilities as well as antimicrobial activities that may be due to the presence of 6-flouro group of the quinoline which might be facilitating the flow of electrons through polarization of electron density of the quinoline ring.

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O1 Review Questions Update 98%

OH A) B) C) D) OH same compound enantiomers diastereomers different compounds 18) How are the following two compounds related?

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compound fertilizer granulation equipment 98%

Description of NPK Compound Fertilizer Granulation Equipment:

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J Environ Sci Health A 45, 2010, 1550-1594 97%

Recent discussions have proposed various solutions for some of these issues (i.e., open-sourcing the program, providing stable long-term funding, better communications as to what module(s) have been updated and how this affects previous work, etc.).[23] Until satisfactory solutions can be found, all SPARC estimates reported in the literature should be viewed as point-in-time values that may change as the program evolves, and that groups may occasionally obtain different values for the same property/compound combination at the same time.

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Chemistry 12 SOLUTIONS 97%

The name of this compound is ethane.

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the merits of amp citrate1879 96%

the merits of amp citrate Amp citrate a form of compound which goes by quite a lot of names.

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5070 s07 qp 2 96%

H H H C C H H C C H H H H H H C C C C H H H H H C C C H H H Cl H C C H H CO2H compound C compound B Cl H H H compound A H H H CO2H compound D C Cl H F compound E H H H H C C C C H H H H H compound F (a) Which two compounds have the same molecular formula?

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Anal Bioanal Chem 389, 2007, 555-561 96%

The retention property model is populated by sequentially screening a series of candidate structures that meet basic mass spectrometric requirements by using a multiple linear regression model containing molecular and physicochemical properties that have been previously shown to yield reliable predictions of chromatographic behaviour within a compound class.

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J Food Process Pres 38, 2014, 1399-1400 96%

Guth (1997) does not report an odor threshold for this compound, in contrast to what Clary et al.

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J Chem Eng Data 55, 2010, 5359-5364 96%

Experimental Section Compound structures and experimental data were obtained from the online National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Chemistry WebBook (http://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry/).35 Where applicable, two-dimensional structures from this reference database were converted to three-dimensional geometries using Avogadro v.1.0.1 (http://avogadro.openmolecules.net/).

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J Chem Engr Data 56, 2011, 350-355 96%

Methodology Compound structures and experimental data were obtained from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Chemistry WebBook.24 Where applicable, two-dimensional structures from this reference database were converted to threedimensional geometries using Avogadro v.1.0.1.

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IJETR2234 95%

The centrifugal forces at various radii points of planets along with its velocities and weights decide the type of Elements and compound it forms Prabhakar C, MBA., B.E.,(Mech) DCA is basically a Mechanical Engineer presently working independently on various topics of science and technology 18 www.erpublication.org Formation of Planets with its Elements and Compounds Hence equating centrifugal force to weight of the masses “m” Fc=Wm where Fc is centrifugal force given by mv2/r and Wm weight of masses given by mg We get mv2/r=mg Where m= mass, v= velocity, r= radius and g=acceleration due to gravity at the respective radius From the above equation we get v2=rg.........

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O5 Review Questions 95%

II 6) How many signals would the following compound have in a 13C NMR spectrum?

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Chem Eng Sci 99, 2013, 1 94%

This article appeared in a journal published by Elsevier.

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November --Pain Newletter 1 94%

19453963 With our state of the art compounding laboratory and pharmaceutical experience, we have the ability to compound naltrexone into capsules in a variety of strengths.

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Francis-Thackeray-Shakespeare- Cannabis 94%

The words which I choose to examine relate to “weed”, “compound” and “invention”, examined in the context of the fact that Cannabis has been and continues to be used by writers as a stimulant for creative writing, but which (to this day) is associated with negative connotations, protectionism and legal prohibition, despite the fact that medical professionals such as Professor Lester Grinspoon of Harvard Medical School have recognised that Cannabis should not necessarily be despised (to use a term adopted by Francis Bacon in the context of “weed”), or forbidden, a word used by Grinspoon and Bakalar (1993) in the title of their book Marihuana:

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5070 s15 qp 21 94%

butane butanoic acid butyl ethanoate ethanol ethyl butanoate methane methanol methyl propanoate propane propanoic acid propanol Each compound can be used once, more than once or not at all.

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Copy of Argon 94%

For example, the creation of argon fluorohydride (HArF), a marginally stable compound of argon with fluorine and hydrogen, was reported by researchers at the University of Helsinki in 2000.

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Comput Theor Chem 974, 2011, 163-179 94%

The individual experimental reports also vary widely for this compound, with values of 6.5 eV [30], 6.5 ± 0.3 eV [31], 6.66 ± 0.18 eV [32], 6.90 ± 0.15 eV [33], and 7 ± 1 eV [34,35] that bracket the G4 value.

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5070 w06 qp 1 94%

Which diagram shows a mixture of an element and a compound?

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Environ Sci Technol 47, 2013, 3543 93%

1 quote the estimated air−water partitioning coefficient (Kaw) of PFOS as 2 × 10−6, and then conduct modeling exercises using this Kaw value, coming to the conclusion (based on their model results) that “[t]hree of the eight “POPs 2009”, namely PFOS, chlordecone and lindane, show a significantly higher mass fraction in water at steady-state than in air.” The Kaw for PFOS employed by Zarfl et al.1 appears to be for the neutral form of PFOS, whereas the effective Kaw value for this compound at environmentally relevant pH values (which is what should be used in modeling efforts) is essentially zero.

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J Environ Sci Health A 44, 2009, 936-954 93%

Good agreement was observed between the predicted and estimated kOH,298K values for this training set, with an average signed error of 0.17 log10 units (49% error) and an average unsigned error of 0.20 log10 units (57% error), both less than the generally accepted criterion of 0.3 log10 unit deviation (±100% error) from experimental values among various established atmospheric oxidation prediction models.[30,74−76] We note that atmospheric temperatures are generally <298 K, but given the absence of a validated Arrhenius relationship for the broad range of perfluoroalkyl compound classes under study, our estimates for 298 K can be considered adequate for the screening level interpretations presented herein.

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Argon 93%

For example, the creation of argon fluorohydride (HArF), a marginally stable compound of argon with fluorine and hydrogen, was reported by researchers at the University of Helsinki in 2000.

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