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D

Fifth letter of a NASDAQ stock symbol specifying that it is a new issue, such as the result of a reverse split.

D

1. A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the stock is a new issue, especially the result of a reverse stock split. All NASDAQ listings use a four-letter abbreviation; if a "D" follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the security being traded is a new issue.

2. A symbol appearing on a stock transaction table meaning that the share price is a new 52-week low. It is especially used in newspapers.

d

Used in the daily or weekly low column of stock transaction tables in newspapers to indicate that the price of a security reached a new 52-week low: d16.
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The chronomutagenic effect of Deuterium Oxide on the period and entrainment of a biological rhythm.
To create novel prediction equations for estimating FFM in this population, the FFM values derived from the deuterium oxide dilution were used as the reference method and impedance values from the Tanita system in the study sample of Bangladeshi children.
A] R, germanium, nitrogen, deuterium, yttrium, oxygen, hydrogen
Before the spectrum of each sample was recorded, that of a background sample with natural deuterium abundance was measured.
At colder temperatures, deuterium forms a more stable bond with oxygen than hydrogen does.
Over a five-year operating period, a deuterium lamp will typically require a yearly replacement--a cost of $400 per replacement.
When the deuterium and the lithium-6 are forced together under high pressure they undergo a fusion reaction - a process which they're still trying to turn into a net producer of energy.
Instead, a deuterium plasma is created using the generator's innovative ion source.
The ordinary isotope of hydrogen has been replaced with deuterium in deuterated compounds.
Further, the new schedule calls for a "phased approach" for operations starting in 2019, consisting of about 5 years of operation with hydrogen and helium, followed by about 2 years of operation with deuterium plasmas, prior to introducing tritium into the machine.
Since cold neutrons will depolarize in a liquid deuterium target in which the scattering cross section is much larger than the absorption cross section, it will be necessary to quantify the loss of polarization before capture.
We look forward to the continued progress of our chronic kidney disease and CNS programs as well as applying our technology in other areas where deuterium modification has the potential to provide superior medicines.