equimolar


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e·qui·mo·lar

(ē'kwi-mō'lăr),
Containing an equal number of moles or having the same molarity, as in two or more substances.

equimolar

(ē″kwĭ-mŏ′-lăr)
In the quantitative comparison of chemical substances, having the same molar concentration.
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Three cultures were treated with each fungicide (CBZ and IPR) or with their equimolar mixture (CCK) and compared with controls at each time point (D7, D14 and D21).
3] M solution of analyte and equimolar solution of metal were run to get overlay.
Challenge of A549 cells with a combination of thymol, carvacrol, p-cymene, and 1-octacosanol at equimolar concentrations to the extract (56 [micro]M carvacrol, 23.
4-Chloro-3-nitro-2H-[1]-benzopyran-2 one (2) was obtained in 92% yield by reacting equimolar amounts of 4-hydroxy-3-nitro-2H-[1]-benzopyran-2one (1) with phosphorus oxychloride and N, Ndimethylformamide [24].
Ten overlapping cDNA fragments were generated to encompass the entire genome, pooled in equimolar amounts, and subjected to next-generation sequencing as previously described (12); the sequencing reads were assembled by using complete PEDV reference genomes from GenBank (13,14).
To this suspension equimolar quantities (2x10 -3 mol) of an aldehyde and a chiral amine are added successively, while stirring.
In addition, daily administration of MK-7 resulted in a plasma vitamin K concentration 5 times higher than that achieved by daily administration of an equimolar amount of vitamin K1.
When an equimolar reaction takes place, n = 1, and the maximum synergy is 0.
The assay evaluates vitamin D status via measurement of total 25 (OH) vitamin D with equimolar measurement of 25 (OH) vitamin D2 and 25 (OH) vitamin D3.
47), (48) To this intermediate mixture, Bz-OH, equimolar amount of PG in 5 mL dry toluene was added slowly for 10 min; the mixture was heated to 95[degrees]C and maintained at this temperature for 3.