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pNa

(chemistry)
Logarithm of the sodium-ion concentration in a solution; that is, pNa = -log aNa+, where aNa+is the sodium-ion concentration.
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Some of the stories were found to have been on the PNA website uncorrected for weeks or even months.
The official said the PNA had caved in to US and Israeli demands to stamp out of any organisation that represented the prisoners and their families.
De Lima, a former justice secretary, said she believes that accountability must be exacted from the PNA, adding that her call for a Senate investigation s also to help them in improving their vetting process as a news agency.
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We are pleased that the regulatory approval process has concluded which enables us to move forward with our plans to serve PNA Bank's customers and integrate PNA's staff into our organisation,' said Leonard Szwajkowski, Royal's president and CEO.
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She briefed about the role of English and Urdu dailies during the PNA movement.
According to Eisa Qaraqei, the Palestinian Minister of Detainees' Affairs, the ministry will represent the PNA in the case.