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E

2. As a subscript, refers to expired gas; obsolete symbol for einsteinium.

E

Abbreviation for entgegen.

e

Symbol for elementary charge; base of natural, or Napierian, logarithms (2.71828...). It is the limit of 1 + (1/n!).

E

Abbreviation/short-hand for:
Air dose (radiation)
early (Genetics)
ears, nose and throat
edema
edrophonium
effector
einsteinium
elbow
eldisine
element
electricity
electronic
electromotive force
embryo
embryonic
emergency
emmetropia
empfindichkeit
endoplasmic
endotoxin
enema
energy
enflurane
entamoeba
entgegen
environment
enzyme
eosinophil
epidermis 
epinephrine
epithelium
erythrocyte
erythromycin
esophagus
esophoria for distance
ester
estradiol
ethanol
etiology
ethmoid sinus
excitatory tendency
experimental 
expire
expired air
extinction (Neurophysiology)
extralymphatic
eye
Glutamic acid
Irradiance
Redox potential Voltage

E

 Symbol for:
1. Electricity.
2. Electronic.
3. Emergency.
4. Energy 5 Enzyme 6. Eosinophil 7. Epinephrine 8. Erythrocyte 9. Esophagus 10. Estradiol 11. Ethanol 12. Etiology 13. Expire 14. Redox potential 1.

e

 Symbol for:
1. Electrical potential.
2. Electron.
3. Ethyl.
4. Natural logarithm–2.7187818285.

E

Abbreviation for entgegen.

E

Abbreviation for extraction ratio;
glutamic acid;
glutamyl;
energy.

e

Elementary charge; base of natural logarithms (2.71828...).

E

abbrev. GLUTAMIC ACID.

Patient discussion about E

Q. my Dr. said to take no more than 400 iu of Vit. E. But I noticed my multiple also has 200 IU. Is this bad? I have been taking 400 units to combat Peyronies. I noticed today that my Centrum Silver also contains Vitamin E. I know taking over 400 units can be toxic, so now which way do I go from here. Thanks for any info.

A. in general, an over dose is not a very smart thing to do also in vitamins. and taking to consideration that you may have a diverse amount of vitamin E in your diet..well..you may take too much. but i have to be honest with you- i'm not a Doctor. and the one i would ask in that matter is my Doctor. all you need to do is phone him.

Q. Can Alcoholism makes you vulnerable to intestine infections? A friend of mine is a heavy drinker, he had something like 5 infections in the past year. Is it connected?

A. yes

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The low molar masses were attributed to bimolecular reactions inside the particles between a growing radical chain and an entering oligomeric radical into monomer-depleted reacting particles.
Relative Gibbs energies in solution through continuum models: effect of the loss of translational degrees of freedom in bimolecular reactions on Gibbs energy barriers.
Others describe principles of unimolecular and bimolecular reactions.
Techniques that rely on bimolecular reactions, such as Molecular Beacons, are kinetically slower and may not perform as well under ultrarapid cycling conditions, whereas techniques that rely on enzymatic degradation for signal generation, such as TagMan, may also benefit from slightly slower cycling.
Chapter 3 covers reactions in MS/MS and is followed by a chapter on applications to fundamental studies in ion chemistry, topics including unimolecular and bimolecular reactions, various reaction regions, and the thermochemistry of ions.