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Synonyms for oxygen

a nonmetallic bivalent element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless nonflammable diatomic gas

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Conclusion: Accuracy of oxygen prescriptions based on required parameters were found only in a minority of prescriptions.
Manufactured at our factory in New Delhi (India), the oxygen plants are comparable to the best in the world in terms of functionalities, design, performance and price.
The commercial aircraft oxygen systems (CAOS) market is expected to witness a healthy growth during the forecast period.
As can be seen, the majority of blood oxygen is bound to hemoglobin, with the dissolved oxygen representing only about 0.
2] that boasts 15 times the oxygen content of regular water.
In Shannon's study, the dependent variable is the level of each water-quality indicator, including the concentration of dissolved oxygen.
The sequence of development of osteoradionecrosis is radiation, formation of hypoxic, hypovascular and hypocellular tissue (tissue low on oxygen supply with fewer than normal vessels and overall fewer tissue cells).
In the CES system, a separation plant removes oxygen from the air, which is then mixed with fuel, compressed, and delivered to a steam generator and reheater.
Despite the well-documented benefits of using SCOOP catheters, transtracheal oxygen therapy performed on an outpatient basis remains labor-intensive.
Aerobic fitness is best measured by maximal oxygen consumption ([VO.
Laybourne bristles when people compare Oxygen to Lifetime--sure, both target women, but that's where the similarities end.
Many approaches are being explored with multi-layer structures, polymer blends, coatings, and oxygen scavengers (see also p.
At O2, Los Angeles' first oxygen bar, customers can order 20 minutes of purified, pleasant-smelling air for $13.
This oxide was a complex mixture of alumina, silica and manganese oxide that was produced from a reaction of the oxidizable elements in steel with oxygen.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Medical Oxygen Systems in Millions of US$.