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I

 
incisor; iodine; inosine (in nucleotides).

I

1. Symbol for iodine (a superscript number before the letter designates an isotope); luminous intensity or radiant intensity; ionic strength (in mol/L); isoleucine; inosine.
2. As a subscript, symbol for inspired gas.
3. Designation for I blood group.

I

Abbreviation for intensity of electrical current, expressed in amperes.

i

Symbol for iso-.

I

incisor; iodine; inosine (in nucleotides); isoleucine.

I

/I / electric current.

I

1 symbol for inspired gas.
2 symbol for the element iodine.

I

Symbol for:
1. Electric current, expressed in amperes.
2. Hypoxanthine.
3. Illumination.
4. Incisor.
5. Index.
6. Inosine.
7. Intelligence.
8. Intensity.
9. Intermediate.
10. Intern.
11. Internal.
12. Internist.
13. Intestine.
14. Invasive.
15. Iodine.
16. Isoleucine 18. Luminous intensity.

I

Abbreviation for iodine;
ionic strength;
isoleucine;
luminous intensity;
radiant intensity;
inosine;
inspired gas.

I

abbrev.
  1. INOSINE.
  2. ISOLEUCINE.

I

Abbreviation for intensity; iodine; isoleucine.

I

chemical symbol, iodine (L. iodum).
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