alcohol group


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alcohol group

The hydroxyl, −OH, which imparts alcoholic characteristics to organic compounds. These exist in three forms: primary, −CH2OH; secondary, =CHOH; and tertiary, ≡COH.
See also: group
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The study reveals both depression and alcohol groups to have similar psychological repertoire as reflected in their similar coping strategies.
Dr Jammi Rao, deputy regional director of public health and chairman of the Regional Alcohol Group, said: "While most people enjoy alcohol and drink sensibly we know that, for some, it can cause distress, ill health and even death through misuse.
Within the alcohol group, there were significant decreases in Hb[A.sub.1c] (from 7.37% to 7.07%), LDL cholesterol (96.65 to 85.11 mg/dL), and waist circumference, but not in HDL cholesterol.
At 6 months after the start of the study (3 months after its termination), 61% of the alcohol group thought the alcohol was beneficial to them, and 49% were continuing to drink alcohol in moderation, ranging from one drink a week to one a day.
The final project was prepared with the co-operation of Francesco Cipriani, Fabio Voller, Stefania Tusini, and Antonio Morettini, of the Florence alcohol group, and of Franco Prina, Odillo Vidoni Guidoni, Daniele Scarscelli, and Amedeo Cottino, of the Turin alcohol research group.
With the Premiership being sponsored by Carling, Arsenal could consider an alcohol group, but any tobacco firms would almost certainly be stubbed out.
The Swedish state-owned alcohol group Vin & Sprit is to acquire the Polish alcoholic beverages company Polmos Zielona Gora.
Comparison across the three subsamples indicates that members of the drug or alcohol group tended to be younger and more likely to be men.
These compounds begin with a glycerol molecule that has three alcohol groups. The acid end of a fatty acid molecule attaches to this alcohol group on the glycerol.
Prior to her correctional career, Percival was a volunteer for a drug and alcohol group in a women's prison in York, Neb.
However, at 1,000 g/cm force applied, the alcohol group showed a three- to fourfold increase in lesion size as demonstrated by extravasated dye.
where [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is the conditional budget share of the ith beverage, [[Theta][prime].sub.i] is the conditional marginal share, [Q.sub.gt] is the alcohol group's Divisia volume index, [a.sub.jt] is the log of real advertising of the jth beverage, and [[Beta][prime].sub.ij] is the coefficient of advertising.