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a thin paper coated on one side with a dark waxy substance (often containing carbon)

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a copy made with carbon paper

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From Figure 6, it can be seen that as the length of the carbon chain in the solvent increases, the intensity of the characteristic peak of the carboxyl group at 1703 [cm.sup.-1] is increased, indicating that the carboxyl content on the surface of the microsphere is increased.
This estimation is possible considering the unsaturations present in the carbon chains from fatty acids because these regions are susceptible to atmospheric oxygen attack.
There are three carbon chains branched to the indole species according to the kerogen model.
The -OC[H.sub.2] was observed at 68.4-67.1 ppm while -C[H.sub.2] was observed as multiple resonances due to the number of carbon chains at 32.0-13.1 ppm.
There are a huge range of organic compounds depending partly on what kind of carbon chains you define as "organic" and how simple or complicated you want to make the inorganic/organic distinction.
Fatty acid profile by GCMS depicted the presence of acetic acid and 6- 8 carbon chain fatty acids in the mucus extracted from both anesthetized and alkali treated groups.
Factors affecting superhydrophobicity being investigated include the concentration of organic coating solutions, galvanic deposition time of Copper, and the length of carbon chain of the organic acid chlorides used as an outer protecting coating.
A novel BODIPY dye with a 17 carbon chain at the meso position was successfully synthesized from the corresponding acid chloride and the 3-ethyl-2,4 dimethylpyrrole according to a literature procedure (Nagi et al.
These results indicated that the enzyme activity and ees were profoundly affected by the carbon chain length of alcohols, but the correlation between them was not linear.
RESULTS: FIAs have an iodine atom at one end of the perfluorinated carbon chain. 1-Iodoperfluoro-hexane (PFHxI) and 1-iodoperfluorooctane (PFOI) promoted the proliferation of MCF-7 cells, induced luciferase activity in MVLN cells, and up-regulated the expression of TFF1 and EGR3.
Saturated FAs have single bonds along the whole carbon chain. These are the most common forms of FA ingested with animal products (meat and dairy).
C6 chemistry avoids the formation of any C8 breakdown products such as PFOA (perfluoroctanoic acid), a carbon chain solvent commonly used in non-stick finishes for cookware, without sacrificing high-performing stain resistance.
Other topics include a novel concept for stabilizing small inorganic nanoparticles, compounds containing siloxane as polymer stabilizers, amphiphilic block copolymers as potent efflux pump inhibitors for drug delivery and cancer therapy, current developments in double hydrophilic block copolymers, and hindered amine stabilizers as sources of markers of the heterogeneous photo-oxidation and photo-stabilization of carbon chain polymers.