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nonpolar

[¦nän′pō·lər]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to an element or compound which has no permanent electric dipole moment.
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What we have demonstrated here is a suitable derivatization technique for nonpolar sterols and the MS/MS fragmentations needed for specific analysis of cholesterols and the DHCs.
Also, while the conversion to the polar liquid occurs in about an hour, the change back to the nonpolar liquid takes a day at room temperature.
is a tool for mimicing real processes in organic synthesis and chemical technology, many of which are carried out in nonpolar media, and
In order to accomplish this goal, polymers with pockets of polar, asymmetric environments within a relatively nonpolar polymer matrix were prepared.
Further, hydrophobicity is undoubtedly associated with the ability of these bacteria to metabolize a wide variety of nonpolar organic compounds (18-20) that are constituents of metal working fluids (15,16).
0 and humin, the insoluble, nonpolar organic component.
Previous studies involving GC analysis of wood extractives often report results only for nonpolar extractives (lipids).
Elias Mountains, where it drains the largest nonpolar icecap in the world, to its delta at Glacier Bay National Park in southeast Alaska.
The partitioning into DCM and water-phase provided initial separation of polar and nonpolar compounds, and the subsequent solid-phase extraction of the water-phase allowed for the removal of tannins.
Surface tension is a characteristic property of a liquid, where polar liquids have high surface tensions and nonpolar ones have much lower values[1].