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concentrate

 [kon´sen-trāt]
1. to bring to a common center; to gather at one point.
2. to increase the strength by diminishing the bulk of, as of a liquid; to condense.
3. a drug or other preparation that has been strengthened by evaporation of its nonactive parts.
activated prothrombin complex concentrate (APCC) anti-inhibitor coagulant complex.
prothrombin complex concentrate (PCC) factor IX complex.

concentrate

Chemistry
noun A substance in which the solvent has been reduced to a minimum.

verb To increase the amount of a substance in a solution by evaporation or removal of solvent.
 
Neurology
verb To focus on a particular mental task.

concentrate

verb To ↑ a substance's strength by evaporation or removal of solvent Neurology verb To focus on a particular mental task

Patient discussion about concentrate

Q. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how? a strongest muscle and largest muscle reduction will help me in losing weight. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how?

A. why not do a sport that activates more muscles then just one..? running or swimming? those actions work on groups of big muscles and on your heart and lungs system that is very important in order to get in shape.

Q. Does anyone have ideas for ways to overcome concentration problems without depending on medications? I'm reallllllly trying hard to study for my final exams and my ADD seems to bother me every time I touch the desk. Sometimes my thoughts fly out when I only think of how much I still have to study today!!! please- help if you can... I really don't want to start with meds...

A. Omega-3 fatty acids, phosphatidylserine, zinc and magnesium may have benefits with regard to ADD symptoms. i take omega-3 fatty acids every day for the past year and it helped me go threw a ruff year of studying.

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All three are chemically identical, but chalk and limestone are geologically younger and must be pretreated to remove moisture before they're made into concentrate.
To facilitate processing and delivery of adipose stem and regenerative cells, Cytori has developed its proprietary Celution(TM) System to isolate and concentrate a patient's own stem and regenerative cells in about an hour.
More than half a million tons of grapes head into the concentrate stream in California every year, and 25 million gallons of concentrate come out.
The book concentrates on current research directions and methodologies that use the geochemistry of sedimentary rocks, especially their radiogenic isotope and whole rock chemical composition.
So how do you choose the right soy protein concentrate? The key is your application.
The rat studies indicate that the concentrate with the longest effective chains offers, per gram of beta-glucan, up to 2-1/2 times the cholesterol-reducing potency of the intact bran, Malkki reports.
Offers AccelMax endothermic chemical blowing agent concentrates including products for PE rotomold parts: BA-RM pellets can be mixed with PE powder to foam the core of a multilayer product, while BA-RMP powder can be mixed with powdered PE to foam monolayer walls.
Grape juice concentrate increased in California to approximately 462,000 tons in 1991, accounting for 28% of the San Joaquin Valley crush (Districts 12, 13, 14).
Some--nobody knows how much--of the "grape" (and "pear" and "apple") juice concentrate in foods like juices, spreads, and cookies is little more than sugar water.
In theory, an optical device should be able to concentrate sunlight to reach temperatures at the Earth's surface comparable to the sun's 5,800-kelvin surface Temperature.