deuteration

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deuteration

[‚düd·ər′ā·shən]
(chemistry)
The addition of deuterium to a chemical compound.
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Concert Pharmaceuticals focuses on applying its deuterated chemical entity (DCE) platform to create novel medicines designed to address unmet patient needs.
15) Cmax of deuterated [alpha]-DHTBZ and [beta]-DHTBZ is reached within 3 to 4 hours after dosing, with a steady state ratio of 3:1 for the [alpha]-DHTBZ vs the [beta]-DHTBZ form.
The signals of deuterated DMSO, residual water, and TMS internal standard were removed before performing the statistical analysis.
Two versions of the new FTIR are available: one equipped with a deuterated triglycine sulfate (DTGS) infrared detector that covers a wide range of materials analysis applications, and a high-performance version, equipped with a thermoelectrically cooled mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) detector.
00 ppm) and the samples were dissolved in an appropriate deuterated solvent.
The small-angle neutron scattering (SANS) technique was used with deuterated water (D2O) in order to characterize the micelle structure.
Hsu et al developed new material consisting of a deuterated electrically conductive polymer doped with a highly-fluorinated acid polymer or doped with a mixture of a non-fluorinated polymeric acid and a highly-fluorinated acid polymer.
Frozen embryos were spiked with 100 [micro]L each of deuterated TDCPP (D15-TDCPP) and deuterated BDCPP (D10- BDCPP) as internal standards, and 0.
Sample was dissolved in deuterated chloroform at concentration of around 10 mg [mL.
I'm working out a complete theory of the process of interaction of deuterium gas in a lattice of palladium, in which the key point is the existence of micro-crack and micro-explosions, in the absence of radioactive nuclides, ie, clean energy as a result, within the deuterated lattices, considering particularly the quantum theory.
With neutrons, you have an advantage that you get a very sharp contrast between these two phases, the chlorosome and the deuterated buffer.