ring structure


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ring structure

[′riŋ ‚strək·chər]
(computer science)
A chained file organization such that the end of the chain points to its beginning.
(geology)
A formation on the surface of the earth, moon, or a planet, having a ring-shaped trace in plan.
(organic chemistry)
A cyclic chemical structure consisting of a chain whose ends are connected by bonds.
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7 Zone: Drill hole RGR-11-80 in the #7 Zone successfully tested a deep extension of the ring structure utilizing the Quantec Titan 24 DC/IP and MT geophysical survey data and discovered a new zone with 187 metres grading 0.
The crustal ring structure of the Vichada impact crater intersects the Vichada river thus the impact pre-dated and influenced the development of the Vichada river and the morphological features around its inner and outer rings.
Most common distributed detection termination models are based on ring structures.
Isbell, Optical Rotation and Ring Structure in the Sugar Group, Research Paper 128, J.
Design (and her invention of the name) of the Atoll interior was inspired by Weber's North Sea relic of a man-made atoll, a floating ring structure once inhabited by deep sea divers and used as a base.
If the grout or refractory castable ring structure has not been thoroughly cured, excess moisture permeates the refractory and results in a hotface spall.
Methods include forming a new ring structure within a compound (or opening one out), the replacement of functional groups with bioisosteres and scaffold-hopping.
Il is well known lhal ihe conventional thermal or catalytic polymerization of cyanate ester monomers was performed through polycv-clolrimerizalion lo form polycyanurate containing tria/ine ring structure.
I n these cases a single chemical is used that has a ring structure and contains both of the chemical groups needed to produce the amide functionality.
A murine recombinant polyclonal antibody is bound to the fluorescent label, and a murine monoclonal antibody against the disulfide bond-mediated ring structure of BNP 32 is bound to the solid phase.
Rubbermakers sulfur is a rhombic form existing as a cyclic or eight member ring structure.
Within Africa, South Africa, Mozambique, Madagascar, Tanzania and Kenya are inter-connected via a protected ring structure.