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Trime

A nickname of a three cent-coin in the United States. Trimes have not been minted since the 1800s.
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The TGA curves for polystyrene containing phosphazene trimer 3 are shown in Fig.
Equations 1 through 7 can be solved simultaneously to yield reaction rate equations for the depletion of polyol, the formation of urethane, the depletion of isocyanate and the formation of trimer (4):
To investigate the formation SNPs in the HBUA coating, we mixed this silver benzoate-dispersed HBA with an isocyanate trimer and coated a glass surface.
Maksim Kunitsky at Goethe University in Frankfurt announced the discovery of the Efimov state in the helium trimer, considered the prime example of this quantum mechanical effect.
During the treatment process, however, scientists detected in the treated water an unknown compound that wasn't identified until 1997 as styrene-acrylonitrile trimer, a byproduct of the production of acrylonitrile styrene plastics.
2008) 2,5 Thienylene-bridged triangular and linear porphyrin trimers.
Diversification: degenerate codons are synthesized using trimer phosphoramidites corresponding to 20 natural amino acids, which exclude stop codons.
The topics include nano-sized and nano-crystalline sulfated zirconia solid acid catalysts for organic synthesis, incorporating modified nano-montmorillonite in polyurethane coating base on acrylic copolymer and trimer of isophorone diisocyanate, thermal conductivity of nanofluids, the stability of nanofluids, solid oxide fuel cell as a future source of power and heat generation, and carbon doping to enhance the photofunctions of dye-encapsulated photocatalytic activity of nano-titanium oxide.
The cocoa bean extract comprises epicatechin, catechin, procyanidin dimer B2, procyanidin dimer B5, procyanidin trimer, procyanidin tetramer, procyanidin pentamer, procyanidin hexamer, procyanidin heptamer, procyanidin octamer, procyanidin nonamer and brocyanidin decamer.
An experiment done to investigate the plasmon energy peaks of a quadrumor (four identical nano-spheres on the vertices of a square) and a trimer (three identical nano-spheres on the vertices of an equilateral triangle) shows that the two lowest-energy peaks of the plasmon refer to l = 1 and higher-energy resonances are for l = 2 and l = 3.
PBPs are generally formed of two chromophore-linked subunits, a and b, and found in trimer (ab)3 (about 120 kDa) or hexamer (ab)6 (about 240 kDa), where (ab) (about 40 kDa) is defined as the PBPs monomer.
Our previous report indicated that HMC-S may induce hemolysis as an oligomer (dimer or trimer form), and the trimer form is composed of monomers of 77 kDa (Zhang et al.