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Synonyms for hydrogen

a nonmetallic univalent element that is normally a colorless and odorless highly flammable diatomic gas

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After furnishing more importance to the literature, it was concluded that since one impurity specifically 2-(1-ethyl-methyl)pentanoic acid is a structural isomer of the drug component (valproic acid), the 5 mM ammonium dihydrogen orthophosphate with pH = 3.
PURE's proprietary high efficacy/low toxicity bioscience technologies, including its silver dihydrogen citrate-based antimicrobials, represent innovative advances in diverse markets and lead today's global trend toward industry and consumer use of "green" products while providing competitive advantages in efficacy and safety.
The compound covered under this agreement has improved solubility and bioavailability after converted to a dihydrogen phosphonoxy methoxy derivative modified prodrug.
Dihydrogen bonds; principles, experiments, and applications.
PURE Bioscience has formed a partnership with wipes manufacturer Rockline Industries for North American distribution of PURE's ready-to-use Powered by SDC disinfectant product and for the development and North American distribution of wipes products as well as new disinfectant, sanitizer and preservative products containing PURE's patented antimicrobial, silver dihydrogen citrate (SDC).
White distilled vinegar - mainly a mixture of dihydrogen oxide (sometimes known as water) and ethanoic acid;
Mass balance for sulphur showed sulphur loss in pipeline that can be explained by the emission of dihydrogen sulphide to the atmosphere at the end of pipeline at entering the collector chamber of WWTP.
Dihydrogen monoxide was thought to be such a threat to the community of Aliso Viejo that California officials considered banning foam cups after learning the chemical was used to make them.
moved to ban foam drinking cups after an alert city employee saw on the Internet that one of the main chemicals used in their production was the compound dihydrogen monoxide.
Yet there is very little public debate about the dangers of dihydrogen monoxide apart from on a few websites.
Triglycine sulfate (TGS), and L-arginine phosphate (LAP) and Potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KDP) crystals have technological importance in infrared detecting and nonlinear optical devices respectively.
Zohner asked 50 random people if they would favor a ban on dihydrogen monoxide.
The researchers call this type of interaction a dihydrogen bond.
NASDAQ: PURE ), the creator of the patented silver dihydrogen citrate (SDC) antimicrobial, today announced that Chief Executive Officer Michael L.
Headquartered in El Cajon, California, the company's technology platform is based on patented stabilized ionic silver and its initial products contain silver dihydrogen citrate, or SDC, a broad-spectrum, non-toxic antimicrobial agent, which offers 24-hour residual protection and formulates well with other compounds.