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congener

[′kän·jə·nər]
(chemistry)
A chemical substance that is related to another substance, such as a derivative of a compound or an element belonging to the same family as another element in the periodic table.
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So, it is best not to equate quality beer with a breezy outcome, as craft beer is typically replete with congeners.
Tests of interaction were conducted using a Wald test for the product of sex by the congener (using the median-value quartile variable; again, p < 0.
The level of PCB congeners found in milk samples are presented in Table I.
The list of congeners, which includes acetaldehyde and a variety of esters (particularly the ethyl esters of [C.
Congeners in alcohol may contribute to headaches, with red wine and other darker alcohols having the most effect.
Weevil selection of pods for oviposition, and oviposition activity, as well as the intensity of post-dispersal seed predation, seed viability, and seedling survival, have not been studied for either congener and would provide greater insight into the adaptive dynamics of the legumes in a tallgrass environment.
However, as we reported previously, the only two locations in which congener 2,3,7,8-TCDD were found in the sediments of St.
Bowadt, Complete PCB Congener Distributions for 17 Aroclor Mixtures Determined by 3 HRGC Systems Optimized for Comprehensive, Quantitative, Congener-Specific Analysis J.
A common application of this approach is when PCBs in environmental samples are identified by comparing the PCB congener distribution pattern present in the samples with those obtained from commercial Aroclors.
Commercial mixtures of PBDEs used as flame retardants are typically dominated by congeners with a given number of bromines.