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Halogens: An Introduction

The elements of the 17th main group are called halogens: fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astate. The group nameThe elements of the VIIth main group form salts with almost all elements. Hence their group name comes from: Halogens, Greek: salt formers. Electron configuration The halogens each have an s2p5 electron configuration;
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Typical characteristics of LADA diabetes

Type 2 diabetes diagnosed at a young age (under 50 years of age) slim, body mass index under 25 family autoimmune diseases other autoimmune diseases of the patient symptoms such as increased urine production, feeling very thirsty or ketones in the urine (ketonuria) good results with insulin treatment oral antidiabetic drugs always have a worse effect C-peptide - and the insulin concentration in the blood is low (the C-peptide is a small peptide that is split off from the insulin precursor molecule)
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Chemistry

Detection of lead

Detection of lead VLUVSCMLTutorialRMLBioGlosForumHilfeProduktinformationKontaktÜber unsVisit English website chemistry, biochemistry, physics, mathematics, pharmacy research and application lexicon features chemistry General ChemieAnorganische Chemistry Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Technical Chemistry Macromolecular Chemistry Theoretical ChemieChemieinformationChemoinformatikToxikologieAnorganische chemistry chemistry of the elements compound library Qualitative analysis of symmetry and structure of complex homogeneous catalysis Qualitative analysis detection of BleiMouse1.
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Thickener

Methyl celluloseMethyl cellulose (MC, R = CH3, H) is produced industrially by the reaction of alkaline pretreated cellulose with methyl chloride at elevated temperature under pressure. Cellulose mixed ethers which additionally contain 2-hydroxyethyl, 2-hydroxypropyl or 2-hydroxybutyl groups are also referred to as methyl cellulose.
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DNA structures

Comparison of the crystal structures of A-, B- and Z-DNA The formulation of the double-helical structure of the DNA was of great importance for biology and thus for medicine. Almost all structural information comes from crystal structure analysis, whereas the structure of DNA in solution is not really known.
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