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meth·y·lene

(meth'i-lēn),
The moiety, -CH2-.

meth·y·lene

(meth'i-lēn)
The radical, -CH2-.
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Caption: Figure 2: Variation of the methylene blue adsorption capacity ([Y.sub.2], mg x [g.sup.-1]) as a function of calcination temperature and time.
Treatments with 1% methylene blue (50 mg/kg, approximately 2 ml) and 2 ml of normal saline were administrated intraperitoneally at 10 min prior to reperfusion in the MB and IR groups, respectively.
This study is organized as follows: The forthcoming section introduces a new methylene blue test method, and the methylene blue tests of 15 cohesive soils were completed.
The incorrect resection rate of parathyroid gland and incidence of temporary hypoparathyroidism in the methylene blue group were significantly higher than those of the nano-carbon group (t=4.137, P0.05).
MB MMX, developed by Cosmo Pharmaceuticals and based on its proprietary MMX delivery technology, is a novel application of methylene blue dye.
Methylene blue, first synthesized in 1876, out-performed three other antioxidants.
According to the Beer-Lambert Law, the methylene blue concentration is linearly related to absorbance [30].
He was given methylene blue dosed at 2 mg/kg for a total dose of 190 mg once.
The linear calibration line was obtained with the methylene blue concentration in the range of 0.1 to 5 mg [L.sup.-1], obtaining a correlation coefficient of [R.sup.2] = 0.999, in wavelength of 664 nm.
* Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate (MDI) industry market dynamics in Taiwan from 2005 to 2019, consisting of market size, demand and production outlook, demand by end-use sector, and average prices
[ClickPress, Tue Jul 09 2019] Methylene methanedisulfonate (MMDS) is a new SEI Forming Additive on Anode for Lithium Ion Batteries.
dyes for the preparation and staining of histological and cytological samples, consisting of: eosin methylene blue according to may-grunwald 30 liter (a, s), indicated by participants2.