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Synonyms for cupric

of or containing divalent copper


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Cupric ion activity and the growth of phytoplankton isolated from different marine environments.
Cupric citrate (30 to 60 mg/kg) is an efficient copper supplement due to a relative low supplemental dosage required to maintain a high level of growth performance, antioxidant status and low tissue residues.
Acute cupric sulfate intoxication: Pathophysiology and therapy about a
Traditionally, for the bacterial disease control, it is recommended to pulverize the guava orchard every 15 days with cupric fungicides like cooper oxychloride (REZENDE et al.
Each tested aliquot, before and after cryopreservation, was centrifuged at 300 g for 5 min and the supernatant (cell-free seminal plasma) was tested for total antioxidant capacity using the cupric ion reducing antioxidant capacity (CUPRAC) method.
Based on the performance of the Wise line and 2030 chemistry, Innovative Circuits subsequently purchased 2 additional ChemStar lines, along with a Cupric etcher, an oxide line, and vacuum-operated via plugging technology.
rooting cuttings in cupric hydroxidetreated pots affects root length and number of flowers after transplanting.
Removal of arsenic from ground water was conducted using nano particles cupric oxide adsorbents.
The AREDS formulation of vitamin C 500mg, vitamin E 400IU, beta-carotene 15mg, and zinc (zinc oxide 80mg and cupric oxide 2mg) showed a 25% risk reduction in progression to advanced AMD over five years in patients with intermediate AMD (extensive intermediate drusen in one or both eyes, one or more large drusen in at least one eye, or nonsubfoveal geographic atrophy in one eye) or advanced AMD (subfoveal geographic atrophy or choroidal neovascular membrane) in one eye.
The study examined the eye health benefit of a supplement containing 500 mg of vitamin C, 400 IUs of vitamin E, 15 mg of beta-carotene, 80 mg of zinc (as zinc oxide) and 2 mg of copper (as cupric oxide).
Samples S-3 (presence of cupric sulphide) and S-4 (presence of sulphur) shows similar wavelength, but their absorbance peak slightly varies which is shown in Figures 5 and 6.