iron loss


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iron loss

[′ī·ərn ‚lȯs]
(electromagnetism)
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e] [Watt]), which were defined in (1) and (2) respectively [6], as two main components of total iron loss power ([W.
The aim of this paper is to show how to optimize the design of the induction machine slots with regard to dynamic iron loss reduction considering a convenient choice of the slot openings.
A: Girls start their periods when they go through puberty, which is usually during the teenage years, and with blood loss comes iron loss.
Women have lower iron levels than men, both in the periphery and in the brain, particularly in white matter (WM), possibly due to iron loss through menstruation.
Many of the patients had low iron levels, because of iron loss through excessive bleeding - a symptom of HHT.
Inevitable iron loss by human adolescents, with calculations of the requirement for absorbed iron.
In addition to the Iron loss, City have also failed to win any of their four matches against Yorkshire rivals this term.
It is believed that frataxin can act as an iron chaperone to bind and deliver iron to reform the active [4Fe4S] cluster of aconitase and possibly guard against iron loss under oxidative stress.
pylori colonisation may impair iron uptake and increase iron loss.
The combination of increased iron requirement for growth, iron loss through bleeding, and poor food selection, increases the risk of iron deficiency, especially in young women and children.