diel


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diel

[′dī‚el]
(science and technology)
Occurring on a 24-hour cycle, as opposed to diurnal (day) or nocturnal (night) occurrences.
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A few years ago, Diels and Aamcom's management team realized that, while the software the company used on behalf of its clients was orderly, its own internal customer management system was not.
288-385; Hermann Diels y Walther Kranz, Die Fragmente der Vorsokratiker, 6a.
1 Lesher attributes a reading of Fabricius to Diels and a reading of Stephanus to Edmonds.
In 1928 two German chemists, Otto Paul Hermann Diels (1876-1954) and Kurt Alder (1902-1958), found a reaction that would join two compounds in such a way as to form a ring of atoms.