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meth·y·lene

(meth'i-lēn),
The moiety, -CH2-.

methylene

/meth·y·lene/ (meth″ĭ-lēn) the bivalent hydrocarbon radical —CH2— or CH2dbond.

meth·y·lene

(meth'i-lēn)
The radical, -CH2-.
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The total market for methylene chloride has been analyzed based on the Porter's five forces model.
Methylene malonates would provide desirable environmental resistance and zero-energy cure capabilities.
Interference of methylene blue with co-oximetry of hemoglobin derivatives.
The assignment of methylene carbon signals occurs in accordance with the previous study [11].
Six hours later the pulse oximetry reading had risen to 87%, and a second dose of 100 mg intravenous methylene blue was given, which gradually raised pulse oximetry readings to 90% after again initially transiently decreasing them.
Once the extent of the ranula has been localized with methylene blue, a #15 blade is used to incise the mucosa around the periphery of the lesion.
Bioenvision says initial laboratory work at OMRF and the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center has shown methylene blue to be effective in vitro against WNV.
Low concentrations of ammonia can be found in cooling systems and in cold storage houses, whereas methylene chloride is used as an extraction agent.
Introduction of methylene groups is just a first step," says coauthor Takashi Tatsumi of Yokohama National University.
Dow is also further increasing prices for Voranol, Voralux, and Specflex polyether and copolymer polyols; Isonate pure methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI); and PAPI polymeric methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (PMDI) by $0.
The standard was therefore revised, ANSI published the revision, and the microfilm industry adopted the Methylene Blue test method as the one to be used in most situations.