basic group

basic group

[′bā·sik ¦grüp]
(chemistry)
A chemical group (for example, OH-) which, when freed by ionization in solution, produces a pH greater than 7.
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Brazil, South Africa, India and China put together has one-third of worlds geographical area and nearly 40% of the worlds population and when we unitedly speak in one voice this shows our determination and the BASIC Group could play an important part in making Paris agreement accepted by all the countries in its true letter and spirit , stressed Shri Javadekar.
Basic group life insurance provides sufficient money to cover basic final expenses.
Any CarpoolWorld visitor can now create a free 15 day trial to try the features of the new Basic group, permitting any organization - office, school, neighborhood - to share commuting information and form carpools within the group.
Thomas presents her lecture notes for a graduate course for students with a background in basic group theory including group actions, a first course in algebraic topology, and some familiarity with Riemannian geometry, particularly the geometry of the hyperbolic plane.
He turns a basic group of hard working players into winners.
Thus, we chose the strength grade C35 of CRC with 5% crumb rubber (namely, 50kg/[m.sup.3], meaning adding 50 kg crumb rubbers in 1 [m.sup.3] concrete) as a basic group, and here, this group was called C35CR5.
Post-hoc tests showed that the Basic group self-reported lower overall general literacy than the Intermediate or Advanced groups (p<0.05), whereas there was no difference between Intermediate and Advanced groups (p>0.05).
To put things in perspective, we have a "Kessinger Panel" blood work that is a basic group of testing to assess a patient's overall health status.
Even when the marker allele frequencies in the basic group were very low, the very high introgression QTL frequency was still obtained.
Materials for the advanced group were at a high school or college level; the basic group used materials that were elementary school or mid-high school in scope.
A historical context of how group psychotherapy is given and basic group leader functions are examined.