deuterium oxide


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deuterium oxide

[dü′tir·ē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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The deuterium oxide dose-to-mother technique made it possible to quantify human milk intake and the intake of water from sources other than human milk and hence to determine whether the mothers practiced exclusive breastfeeding (EB) or not (Larciprete et al., 2003).
Determination of deuterium oxide in water by measurement of freezing point.
By what chemical term is deuterium oxide better known?
Moreover, where deuterium oxide dilution requires drawing blood and underwater weighing requires immersion in a calibrated pool, the infrared technique can be completed in three minutes and may ultimately require no more than the rolling up of one's sleeve.