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cerium

 (Ce) [sēr´e-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 58, atomic weight 140.12. (See Appendix 6.)

ce·ri·um (Ce),

(sēr'ē-ŭm),
A metallic element, atomic no. 58, atomic wt. 140.115.
[fr. Ceres, the planetoid]

ce·ri·um

(Ce) (sēr'ē-ŭm)
A metallic element, atomic no. 58, atomic wt. 140.115.
[fr. Ceres, the planetoid]

ce·ri·um

(Ce) (sēr'ē-ŭm)
A metallic element, atomic no. 58, atomic wt. 140.115.
[fr. Ceres, the planetoid]
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The sugar was obtained from the aqueous part and identified as D-glucose by TLC system using BuOH : AcOH : [H.sub.2] O (4:1:5) as a mobile phase and ceric sulphate as a spraying agent with heating at 130[degrees]C on a hot plate.
After gelatinization, it was cooled down to 50[degrees]C for further reaction with the ceric ion ([Ce.sup.4+]) solution prepared by dissolving 0.018 mol of CAN salt in a 30 mL nitric acid solution (0.50 N).
Wahhabis had apparently also been planning the assassination of Mufti of Sandzak Muamer Zukorlic and of Reis-Ul-Ulema in Sarajevo Mustafa Ceric. See "Pretnje vehabija Zukorlicu" (Wahabi Threat to Zukorlic), B92, April 22, 2007; available at http://www.b92.net/info/komentari.php?nav_id=243097.
Grafting acrylonitrile on kenaf fibers using ceric ion-p-xylene redox pair.
The results of previous stages were presented elsewhere (Ceric 2010, 2011, 2012).
Considering the important endocrine and reproductive information obtained from the analysis of cervical mucus, in the past few years our research group has been performing ultrastructural and morphological studies of the characteristics of crystallization patterns of human (Ceric et al.
Discours et formes nouvelles d'exclusion du XIXe au XXe siecle, 1994-tome 9 (CERIC / Unlversite Paris 7): 87-102.
Mustafa Ceric is the grand mufti emeritus of Bosnia-Herzegovina and a visiting professor at WISE University in Amman, Jordan.
Polymers can be grafted onto regular cellulose by treating it with ceric ammonium nitrate, which turns part of the cellulose backbone into hydroxyl (OH) radicals.
"The diaspora is willing to invest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but before they decide to do this they want to know what is specifically offered and under what conditions," said president of the World Federation of B&H Diaspora Anes Ceric, adding that he hopes this gathering will yield concrete results.