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A compound, such as calcium chloride monohydrate, that contains one molecule of water.
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Microstructuring of lactose monohydrate and sodium chloride was performed by grinding in a mechanical cutting knife mill in the form of "free direct strike" [22] for 10 minutes in isocratic mode.
Intervention group received creatine monohydrate supplement daily as much as 5 grams/day dissolved in water for 8 weeks and control group did not receive this supplement.
The report also provides information about the uses, dosage, and potential side effects of creatine and BCAAs and explains differences among forms of these ingredients, such as creatine monohydrate, creatine AKG, dicreatine malate, and KreAlkalyn.
Each diagram comprises two equilibrium curves; the first curve corresponds to calcite and the second corresponds to the monohydrate form of calcium carbonate.
So far, 78 creatine monohydrate reviews have ranked the product 4.8 out of 5 stars as of May 6th, 2014.
Abbreviations COM: Calcium oxalate monohydrate COD: Calcium oxalate dihydrate CA: Carbonate apatite PAM: Magnesium ammonium phosphate AU0: Uric acid anhydrous AU2: Uric acid dihydrate FT-IR: Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.
Three structures of Oxaliplatin monohydrate were studied and calculation indicated Structure (a) is the most probably structure of Oxaliplatin monohydrate.
Similarly, the gravimetric method reported by Buckton and Darcy, in which the total weight gain was assumed to be a result of the crystallization of amorphous lactose to alpha-lactose monohydrate, involves other transformations that serve to underestimate the amorphous lactose content.
The government has slapped safeguard measure against imports of dextrose monohydrate, a food, beverage and drug sweetener from a number of countries.
Alloxan monohydrate was used to induce hyperglycemia in Sprague Dawley rats.
According to the agency, manufacturer Boehringer Ingelheim conducted a pooled analysis of safety data from 29 studies of about 13,500 patients, and findings indicate that use of Spiriva (tiotropium bromide monohydrate) is linked to an excess risk of any type of stroke in 2 patients for every 1,000.