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para red

[′par·ə ′red]
(organic chemistry)
C10H6(OH)NNC6H4NO2 Red pigment derived from the coupling of β-naphthol with diazotized paranitroaniline. Also known as paranitraniline red.

para red

A class of organic red and maroon dyes and pigments; used in paints.
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2009), donde se diseno un simulador para red de sensores cuyos nodos estuvieran basados en microprocesadores Texas Instruments[R] de la serie MSP430 (debido a que no hay simuladores que modelen el comportamiento de cada nodo), sus disenadores trabajaron en la adaptacion del simulador MSPSIM (Eriksson et al.
Capas: Desde--Hacia Media para red AJ Media para red AM (adulto joven) (adulto mayor) Entrada-Oculta 1 1,7460 0,7849 Oculta 1--Oculta 2 5,0394 0,7558 Oculta 2--Salida 0,0422 0,1366
Para Red Hat esta vision es mas facil de sostener porque, a diferencia de Microsoft, no es una empresa que venda un paquete de software.
Recent reports that Red 2 G has possible links to cancer were resonant of the dramatic headlines that accompanied the Sudan 1 and Para Red recalls.
El hecho de conocer el escenario protocolo para red Ad Hoc.
And a third said they were more worried about banned dyes in food than any other health issues including obesity following alerts with Sudan One and Para Red.
The Food Standards Agency has set up an incidents task force to strengthen existing controls in the food chain in order to reduce the possibility of future contamination incidents occurring such as those involving Para Red and Sudan I and to improve the management of such incidents where they do occur.
The EU's member states on May 10 agreed on a common approach to tackling food contaminants, in the wake of a series of scares involving the discovery of unauthorised dyes such as Sudan 1 and Para Red in prepared food products.
The Food Standards Agency said 47 products containing spices suspected of having been contaminated with illegal Para Red dye had been withdrawn from sale.
Shops and retailers are being warned to check their shelves for foods thought to be contaminated with the illegal dye Para Red.
It brings the total number of goods recalled because of the potentially cancer-causing Para Red to 69.
It is not entirely surprising that another banned dye - Para Red - has now found its way into products on supermarket shelves, given the somewhat in-cohesive and under-resour- ced approach to controlling the import of food and ingredients from outside the EU.