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5 kcal/mol, respectively) compared to the dissociation from the cis position
(Scheme 2, 11).
Yole Development's new Thin Film Photovoltaics CIS/CIGS Technology & Market research report provides a detailed analysis of different CIS/CIGS technology approaches and of the CIS position
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One copy of each [alpha]1 and [alpha]2 genes are located in cis position
on DNA chain (1).
As a consequence, the system begins in a cis position
, and after the first ester (1/2 ester) is formed the ester and carboxylic acid are in a trans position.