basic group

basic group

[′bā·sik ¦grüp]
(chemistry)
A chemical group (for example, OH-) which, when freed by ionization in solution, produces a pH greater than 7.
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Table 1 shows that the BASIC countries kept a low collective profile in their formal submissions, with a preponderance of the documents submitted individually, and not a single one on behalf of the BASIC group without other contributing countries.
AEEA has only one basic group, but the secondary amino group, even though not having significant base activity, can establish hydrogen bonding with carbonyl groups in the polyester chain, also contributing to viscosity increase.
The Basic Group, which achieves an ideal balance between performance and cost, will be enhanced with the 38 new products including the high-capacity MB9B520T/420T/320T/120T Series, which features up to 1.
It is worth mentioning here that the Chairman of Qatar's Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA), HE Abdullah bin Hamad al Attiyah, who is also the Chairman of COP 18, participated in the 14th ministerial meeting of the BASIC Group on climate change, organised by the Indian Ministry of Environment and Forests in the city of Chennai, India recently.
These included motor pacing and slipstreaming skills, fast wheel changes, specific speed and strength work as well as basic group riding techniques.
Basic group which includes Brazil, South Africa, India, and China, and by the
At some points the book even appears to be biographical, such as an account of Obama dropping in uninvited on a meeting of the self-appointed BASIC group (comprising leaders of Brazil, India, China, and South Africa) that was created to represent the interests of the developing world.
The average cost of the intervention was $2,064 per teenager ($1,449 in the basic group and $2,735 in the enhanced group); the cost per prevented repeat birth was $17,388 ($15,078 and $19,247, respectively).
A voluntary term life program was installed to supplement the employer's basic group life plan.
The Kurdish minority, estimated to be 10 percent of the population, is denied basic group rights, including the right to learn Kurdish in schools or celebrate Kurdish festivals, such as Nowruz (Kurdish New Year).
The TEAM RLS Express is a standalone version of TEAM RLS, ideal for organizations that don't require full VoWLAN and telephony integration, providing basic group PTT between TEAM Express-enabled devices and two-way radios.