deuteration


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deuteration

[‚düd·ər′ā·shən]
(chemistry)
The addition of deuterium to a chemical compound.
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To make observable signals less and sharper, we used segmental isotope-labeling and protein deuteration along with two-dimensional NMR at high magnetic field.
This Note surveys the courts' approaches to other obviousness challenges in the chemical arts in an attempt to discern how they will address the deuteration of known compounds in an obviousness inquiry.
Creating this scattering length density contrast between the polystyrene and the BPP by selective deuteration allows for the determination of the relative position versus the thickness of each component within the film.
His technical interests include aspects of reactor design insulated pressure tubes, deuteration of ion-exchange resin, pressure tube design and organic coolants.
In this work, selective deuteration of the methyl groups of the quaternary nitrogen enabled the orientation of this group to be determined.
ANSTO operated the OPAL multi-purpose research reactor, Australian Centre for Neutron Scattering Australian Synchrotron, National Deuteration Facility and the Centre for Accelerator Science among other facilities.
Bates and Wignall (21) investigated the effect of deuteration of one component on X in a polymer blend by SANS.
Garvey attended the conference and described to photosynthesis experts how deuteration may complement neutron based techniques for studies of cellular structure and physiology.