doping agent

doping agent

[′dōp·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(electronics)
An impurity element added to semiconductor materials used in crystal diodes and transistors. Also known as dopant; dope.
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So many athletes appear to have doped with impunity, and it is damning that the IAAF appears to have sat idly by and let this happen," Parisotto, an inventor of the test used to detect the blood doping agent EPO, told the Sunday Times.
So it is expected that the rectification should take a maximum value for a specific concentration of polymer and doping agent, swelling degree, and external field.
Zinc is well-known doping agent for hydroxyapatites employed in biomedical applications, because they improve the phosphate bioactivity in many ways.
We would like more opportunity for us to challenge an athlete caught with a serious doping agent as to why they should get less than four years.
Millar never tested positive but confessed to the use of blood doping agent EPO and served a two-year ban that ended in 2006.
The Tour's history is littered with tales of some cyclists systematically using drugs, in particular the blood doping agent erythropoietin (r-EPO), under the medical supervision of their teams' doctors.
It is also used as a doping agent among athletes because with bonus red blood cells, the body can absorb extra power-generating oxygen.
Doping agent Drug Doses Administration class types S6: Stimulant Cocaine 15 and i.
Men also generate more of the sex hormone testosterone, which acts like an innate doping agent, promoting haemoglobin production so the blood can carry more oxygen.
5H2O, ammonium hepta-molybdate, and poly methyl methacrylate (PMMA) were used respectively as the precursor, doping agent, and substrate.
From the moment he become a professional cyclist in 1993 and possibly even before, he had been systematically using drugs, in particular the blood doping agent erythropoietin (r-EPO), under the medical supervision of his teams' doctors.