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vicinal

[′vis·ən·əl]
(organic chemistry)
Referring to neighboring or adjoining positions on a carbon structure (ring or chain).
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Then the image of a vicinal wavelength [lambda] can be expressed as
Bernardi, "The voltage sensor of the mitochondrial permeability transition pore is tuned by the oxidation-reduction state of vicinal thiols.
It was also proposed that flavonoids overlap the ATP-binding site and the vicinal steroid binding site within the nucleotide binding domain 2 (Conseil et al.
There are other chemical structures that can be formed during vulcanization, like cyclic sulfides, pendant accelerator residues, vicinal crosslinks, and main-chain modifications [7], which affect in lesser extent the properties.
Yutaka W, Tomio O, Naokazu S, Ozaki S (1987) Stepwise phosphorylation of vicinal diol and sterically hindered alcohol directed toward D-myo-inositol 2,4,5-trisphosphate.
Adicionou, ao Estruturalismo, uma estrada vicinal com a dialetica.
In a statement, Santos ordered for a thorough investigation and immediate solving of the shooting of Ledesma, 47, on Vicinal Road, Sitio San Rafael in Barangay Tuyo.
It was further confirmed by 1H-1H COSY spectrum (Figure 3) which indicated the vicinal coupling of H-6 proton at (A 5.
Diante do vinculo vicinal assegurador da tradicao, a mudanca domiciliar ameaca a propria existencia da agremiacao, que e dependente dos lacos proximais estabelecidos com os moradores do entorno.
Chelation in metal intoxication XXVII: chelating agents containing vicinal thioether groups as antidotes of lead toxicity.
Verificamos, assim, que a proposta de definicao de 'frase' supraindicada se alicerca quer na forma da expressao, numa acecao vicinal a representada no quadro da teoria hjelmsleviana (6) da linguagem, quer na substancia da expressao, tal como o criador da glossematica a concebia.
Terminal galactose as cancer recognition marker: Computing analysis with implications of vicinal sugars, linkage and anomery.