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dop

South African
South African informal a tot or small drink, usually alcoholic

DOP

(organic chemistry)
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0% to the global DOP plasticizer market, and the DOP plasticizer market in this region was valued at $4,250.
5% and 1% DOP showed higher GPx activity in breast tissue than that of ANT treatment.
In addition, the PBMS/PVC blends had superior migration resistant property to the low-molecular weight plasticizer DOP for PVC.
However, both DOP and chlorogenic acid gave reliable calculation of CAEs by the UV method standardized to the DOP molecule by by correcting the UV absorption to equal 2.
Tensile strength of 32 phr CNSL was lower than solo DOP vulcanizates; but the extra accelerator improved tensile strength.
We performed comparisons of variables among groups with paraplegia using the analysis of covariance model, controlling for age at injury and DOP, respectively.
DOP Efficiencies of Different Filter Media (Airflow Rate 32 L/min [1.
At the beginning of the ninth round in early July, Singer introduced a radically revised draft of the DOP that Qurei deemed unacceptable because it included many provisions objectionable to the Palestinians and inexplicably excluded items that had previously been agreed to by both parties.
Eastman DOTP, dioctyl terephthalate, offered as a replacement for DOP and similar plasticizers in applications requiring improved durability, good electrical properties, and improved automotive fogging resistance.
Each PCR reaction contained 2 [micro]M DOP primer 5'-CCGACTCGAGNNNNNNATGTGG-3' and 50 [micro]L of DOP-PCR master mixture, with 40 [micro]L of plasma DNA or 2 ng of reference DNA as the template.
DOP renders obsolete the Pali Text Society's Pali-English Dictionary (= PED), or will do so when it is complete.
NOTIFICATION BY JAPAN THREATENS A DECLINE IN CONSUMPTION OF DOP PLASTISIZER