equimolar


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e·qui·mo·lar

(ē'kwi-mō'lăr),
Containing an equal number of moles or having the same molarity, as in two or more substances.

equimolar

(ē″kwĭ-mŏ′-lăr)
In the quantitative comparison of chemical substances, having the same molar concentration.
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The ADVIA Centaur Vitamin D Total Assay from Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics is a fully equimolar, automated total 25(OH) vitamin D (~100% D2 and D3) assay employing a proprietary monoclonal with minimal 1.
It can be concluded from the satisfactory agreement between the experimental points and the linear trendlines that equimolar reactions take place in the synergies revealed.
The quantities of silanes were based on equimolar concentrations of alkoxy- or sulfur-functionalities with reference to the optimal amount of TESPT [22] at 5.
Using samples from the cochlea of guinea pigs, the researchers showed that drug concentrations and the total concentration of platinum in the perilymph section of the ear were lower after oxaliplatin than after cisplatin administration, even though both drugs were administered at equimolar doses.
To make the dispersions, equimolar amounts of chlorotrifluoroethylene and a variety of functionalized vinyl ethers were polymerized.
currents were measured on depolarization for 40 ms in 22-24[degrees]C Tyrode solution containing 5 mM NaCl (133 mM NaCl was replaced by equimolar CsCl), 5 mM HEPES and 2 [micro]M nifedipine (an ICa,L blocker).
Drawing definite conclusions regarding the relative reactivity of acrylate ester functionality when attached terminally to a reactive poly(butadiene) or whether present as an individual component in a blend at equimolar concentration may not be possible with this limited data set.
There is an efficient, systemic transgene expression in many cell lines (in vitro) by using anionic liposomes (AL), composed of equimolar amounts of 1.
Quenching-recovery experiments were also performed using "quenched" equimolar calcein-nickel(II) solutions and added catalase, in order to quantify binding between this important enzyme and the noncompetitive inhibitor, Ni(II).
Moreover, it was just as effective as hydroquinone in inhibiting in situ tyrosinase activity of dark human melanocytes at equimolar concentrations.
similar to ACTH, produced in the pituitary gland in concert with the endorphins, and secreted into the bloodstream in equimolar amounts in response to challenges of stress adaptation (17, 20).