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residue

 [rez´ĭ-doo]
a remainder; that which remains after the removal of other substances; in organic chemistry a portion of a molecule that is incorporated into another molecule, e.g., an amino acid residue of a polypeptide.

res·i·due

(rez'i-dū),
That which remains after removal of one or more substances.
Synonym(s): residuum
[L. residuum]

res·i·due

(rez'i-dū)
That which remains after removal of one or more substances.
Synonym(s): residuum.
[L. residuum]

residuum

(re-zij'yu-um) (re-zij'u-a) plural.residua [L. residuum, left over] Residue.
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An extensive tibial shell/socket capable of comfortably distributing to the residuum and leg the interface pressures caused by loading the toe lever.
We evaluated the extent to which deformation of the prosthetic forefoot compromised the rigidity of the foot local coordinate system by comparing ankle joint angles using the HH marker set and a modification that placed the toe marker of the HH marker set proximal to the end of the residuum.
Consider the pylon (1) implanted at a depth of l1 in the medullary canal (2) of a residuum bone during the osseointegration procedure (Figure 4(a)).
The porous titanium pylon was implanted in the residuum.
This study's objective was to present and evaluate a residuum scanning and analysis methodology that incorporates automated, objective shape characterization.
Because the crude oils processed at US refineries are not producing enough residuum, US refineries have been forced to source more from other refineries overseas that process heavier crudes or lack their own coking facilities.
Because of the high sulfur content of the residuum, burning heavy fuel oils results in more harmful emissions than alternatives such as diesel fuel.
KBR will license its FCC Technology for an anticipated 47,500 barrels per day (BPD) FCC unit and its Residuum Oil Supercritical Extraction (ROSE) technology for a 45,000 BPD SDA unit.
On the one hand, it means loss of organic matter rich in energy, on the other hand, the material transported to semicoke hills represents danger to the environment, as this organic residuum activated during retorting becomes subjected to environmental impacts and may contaminate the surroundings with harmful chemical substances.
The waste water treatment plant is generating a solid residuum that needs to be deposited.
ISTANBUL, Dec 18, 2009 (TUR) -- Turkey's leading oil refining company has agreed with a Spanish engineering contractor for its residuum upgrading project, the company said on Friday in a regulatory filing.
Whereas no author writes literature without leaving an autobiographic residuum, in the case of Schwarzenbach it represents an essential element for understanding her work as the result of tensions in a life marked by its "in-betweenness.