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N

 
newton; nitrogen; normal (solution), used with a number designating the strength of the solution relative to the normal, e.g., N/2 or 0.5 N for half-normal.

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N

1. Symbol for asparaginyl; newton; nitrogen; asparagine; asparaginyl; nucleoside; normal solution; haploid chromsome number.
2. Designation for an inherited blood factor. See MNSs blood system in Blood Groups Appendix.

n

Symbol for nano-2; neutron reaction order.

n

Symbol for normal concentration. See: normal (3).

n

1. The number in a scientific study. Sample size.
2. Symbol for refractive index.

N

newton; nitrogen; normal (2a).

N

/N / normal (2a); number; Avogadro's number.

n

nano-; refractive index; neutron.

n

/n / haploid chromosome number; refractive index; sample size (statistics).

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(ĕn)
n. pl. n's or N's also ns or Ns
1. The 14th letter of the modern English alphabet.
2. Any of the speech sounds represented by the letter n.
3. The 14th in a series.
4. Something shaped like the letter N.
5. An unspecified number or variable, usually an integer.
6. Biology The haploid number of chromosomes.

N

1 symbol for the element nitrogen.
2 abbreviation for normal.
3 abbreviation for node in the TNM system for staging malignant neoplastic disease. See cancer staging.
4 symbol for magnetic flux.
5 abbreviation for theoretic plate number.
6 abbreviation for the amino acid asparagine.

N/1

symbol for normal solution.

n, 2n, 3n, 4n

symbols for the haploid, diploid, triploid, and tetraploid number of chromosomes in a cell, organism, strain, or individual.

N/m2

abbreviation for newton per square meter.

N

(uppercase)
Abbreviation for:
amino
amount (per IUPAC)
asparagine
Avogadro’s number (particles in 1 Mole = 6.023 x 1023)
naris (Latin, nostril)
near (optics)
necrotic
need (Psychology)
Neisseria
nerve
nervus (Latin, nerve)
neuraminidase
neurogenic element
neurology
neutron number
neutrophil
Newton
nicotinamide
nifedipine
Nocardia
nitrogen
nocte (Latin, at night) (Pharmacology) (Medspeak-UK)
nodal (from lymph node)
nonmalignant
Nonne globulin test (obsolete)
normal (Medspeak-UK)
normal (in equivalents/L) (Chemistry)  
nostril 
nuclear
nucleoside
nucleus
number
nystatin
population size
radiance 

(lowercase)
Abbreviation for:
degrees of freedom
frequency (expressed in Hertz)
haploid number (Genetics)
nano- (SI abbreviation for 10–9)
neutrino 
neutron
refractive index
sample size (Statistics)

N

Shorthand for
1. Amino.
2. Asparagine.
3. Neisseria.
4. Nerve.
5. Neuraminidase.
6. Neutron number.
7. Nifedipine.
8. Nocardia.
9. Nitrogen.
10. Normal solution–equivalents/L.
11. Nuclear.
12. Nucleoside.
13. Nucleus.
14. Number  .
15. Nystatin.
16. Population size.
17. Radiance.

n

Shorthand for:
1. Haploid number–genetics.
2. nano- SI– abbreviation for 10–9.
3. Neutron.
4. Refractive index.

n

Abbreviation for refractive index.

n

Abbreviation for normal concentration.

n

Abbreviation for nano-.

N

abbrev.
  1. ASPARAGINE.
  2. any NUCLEOTIDE.

N

newton

newton

; N metric unit of force; i.e. force acting on 1-kg body to cause it to accelerate at 1 metre per second (1m/s)

N

Abbreviation for nitrogen; normal.

N (n),

n in statistics, the number of cases or observations.

N

1. symbol, newton.
2. chemical symbol, nitrogen.
3. symbol, normal (solution); the expressions 2N (double normal), 0.5N (half-normal), 0.1N (tenth-normal), etc., denote the strength of a solution in comparison with the normal.

n

1. symbol, refractive index.
2. symbol, nano-.
3. statistically speaking, the number of individuals or values in a sample.

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Q. WHAT ARE THE CAUSES N SOLUTION TO PNEMONIA? I HAVE A FRIEND WITH THIS DISEASES WHAT SUGGESTION CAN I GET FROM U AND TELL TO MY FRIEND I WILL BE WAITNG FOR YOUR SUGGESTION.

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