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TBP

(organic chemistry)
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In consideration of cost, time, use of solvent, and overall efficiency, it was determined that the extraction of an aqueous solution of 0.5 g/L Te(IV) was the best in 4.5 mol/L HCl with an organic solution containing 30% (v/v) TBP in kerosene at an organic/aqueous (O/A) volume ratio of 1, with a contact time of 3 min and 3 repeated extractions.
TBP operates 12 business centers in Dubai featuring well-furnished and ready-to-use offices that offer flexibility, affordability and eco-friendly standards.
L-Homocystine, D,L-homocysteine, cysteinyl-glycine, glutathione (reduced form), N-(2-mercaptopropionyl)-glycine, TCEP, TBP, NN-dimethylformamide, sodium tetraborate decahydrate, and EDTA were purchased from Sigma.
"The assigned rating reflects the reliance on the future cash flows from the OMA originally signed between HICOM Power and TBP (MARC's senior implied rating of /Stable) as a fairly predictable debt repayment source and the linkages between the credit profile of Tanjung Bin O&M and MPower (MARC senior debt rating of -/Stable).
Both companies will equally share the net proceeds from TBP license activities such as development of new carbon nanomaterials based medicines for Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases, under this transaction.
"The rating reflects TBP's sturdy business profile, underscored by the favourable terms of its PPA with TNB.
A Canadian video blogger has been tapped by the Tourism Board Promotions (TBP) as the Philippines' newest tourism ambassador.
In conjunction with this global license agreement, Hope Medicine completed its Series A financing with Trustbridge Partners (TBP), a private equity firm, to support the global development of the antibody.
TDI-, IPD1-, and HDI-based polyurethanes are named as TBP, IBP, and HBP, respectively, as shown in Fig.
a 1 1 2 tbp of organic chia seeds or 1 2 cup of rolled oats
The clinical features and laboratory findings of tuberculous peritonitis (TBP) are frequently similar to those of peritonitis carcinomatosa (PC) (2).