aziridine

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aziridine

[ə′zir·ə‚dēn]
(organic chemistry)
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Inactivation of viral for vaccine preparation with particular reference to the application of binary ethylenimine. Vaccine.
Word Length Dictionary HEXAMETHYLENAMINE 17 OED AFFINITATIVELY 14 OED ALIMENTATIVELY 14 UWD ANTEMILLENNIAL 14 W2 ANTENATALITIAL 14 OED ANTIANTIENZYME 14 W2 HEMIMELLITENE 13 UWD HEXAMETHYLENE 13 UWD INATTENTIVELY 13 UWD INFINITIVALLY 13 UWD METAH EWETTITE 13 UWD METHYLANILINE 13 UWD METHYLENIMINE 13 UWD NEMATHELMINTH 13 UWD AFFINITATIVE 12 OED ALIMENTATIVE 12 UWD ANATHEMATIZE 12 UWD ANNIHILATIVE 12 UWD EFFEMINATELY 12 UWD ETHYLENIMINE 12 UWD Given that some letters are composed of anywhere from 1 to 4 straight lines, I wondered which words possess the greatest number of straight lines.
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Comparison of two experimental binary ethylenimine (BEI) inactivated Newcastle disease oil-emulsion vaccines.
In one approach, polymers like poly(benzimida-zole) (1), poly(ethylenimine) (2), poly(ethyleneoxide) (3), poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) (4), and poly(4(5)-vinyl-imidaz-ole) (5) were used as host polymers that keep phosphoric acid in their matrix and proton transport is mainly provided by phosphoric acid units via structure diffusion.
Au[Cl.sub.3.sup.-] in solution caninfactbereduced by theamino groups of the PEI block of poly(ethylenimine)-poly(ethylene glycol) block copolymer (PEI-b-PEG) [174].