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a converging at a common center

concentration of the mental powers on something

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the spatial property of being crowded together

strengthening the concentration (as of a solute in a mixture) by removing diluting material

bringing together military forces

great and constant diligence and attention

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For instance, venlafaxine reached concentrations as high as 1.
Because the concentration measurements indicated that this contamination was not naturally derived, we analyzed other materials for lead concentrations and lead isotopic composition to determine possible sources of the increase in lead in cocoa products.
Mills with more typical oxalate concentrations of 50 mg/L or 100 mg/L (5) can reduce scale by lowering the pH to about 2.
We also assumed that by day 7, outdoor contamination would have subsided to the point where it did not affect indoor spore concentrations.
But two additional factors that previously were linked to high concentrations of homocysteine in the blood are under re-examination.
This program plotted NO concentrations against time and printed the results in graph form.
It was extremely important to have the proper concentrations of ingredients and catalyst present at the rubber/brass interface; the ingredients being rubber, sulfur and copper and the catalyst being water.
This path (self-quenching) is important at high fluorophore concentrations.
When the concentrations are uneven, water flows through the membrane to balance things out.
The data confirm the clinical antiviral activity of bevirimat shown in previous studies; however, the bevirimat plasma concentrations were lower than anticipated, suggesting that the tablet formulation used for this study did not deliver the drug as expected.
In the March 2005 Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, they reported higher mercury concentrations in fish living downstream of partially burned woods than in fish in watersheds that had had no fires.
To determine if CPF directly affects neuronal cell replication and phenotypic fate, and to identify the vulnerable stages of differentiation, we exposed PC12 cells, a model for mammalian neurodevelopment, to CPF concentrations spanning the threshold for cholinesterase inhibition (5-50 [micro]M) and conducted evaluations during mitosis and in early and mid-differentiation.
After filtrate recycling was started, most metal concentrations in the bleaching filtrates increased.