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hydrogenous

[hī′dräj·ə·nəs]
(chemistry)
Of, pertaining to, or containing hydrogen.
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Treatments were conducted using the changes in molar concentrations of phosphorus produced by the exchange of hydrogenous dipotassium phosphate ([K.
In remission and recurrence, the disturbances of metabolic status of mitochondria compartment was complicated by the inhibition of the key malat-aspartat shunt reaction and hydrogenous gradient was lower1-3.
The CO is converted to carbon dioxide (CO2), which is then separated, leaving a hydrogenous gas used to fire a gas turbine.
Another potential application, considering the low atomic number of the materials, is that the hydrogenous plastic and paper surrounding the indicator could provide neutron detection for criticality accidents, with proper calibrations.
106) Absence of neutrons may help clear false positives, though hydrogenous cargo could absorb neutrons, preventing them from being detected.