apolar


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apolar

 [a-po´lar]
having neither poles nor processes; without polarity.

a·po·lar

(ā-pō'lăr),
1. Without poles; specifically denoting embryonic nerve cells (neuroblasts) that have not yet begun to sprout processes.
2. Synonym(s): hydrophobic (2)

apolar

/apo·lar/ (a-po´ler) having neither poles nor processes; without polarity.

apolar

having neither poles nor processes; without polarity.
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orientalis oz odunundan elde edilen ogutulmus odun unu ornekleri termal analizler oncesinde polar ve apolar ekstraktiflerin odunun termal davranisi uzerine etkisinin arastirilmasi amaciyla soguk su (48 s), sicak su (48 s) ve etanol/toluen (1:2 v/v) (6 s) ekstraksiyonlarina tabi tutulmustur.
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A drawback of most studies, again, is the missing preceding digestion, which would limit especially the bioavailability of the more apolar polyphenols, namely, resveratrol and curcumin, due to missing emulsification, that is, solubilisation in mixed micelles.
i]: parameter of apolar (Lifshitz-van der Waals) component of surface tension of compound i.
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Therefore, the cavity of the torus is apolar and the outer edges of the torus are hydrophilic.
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