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- cl****ified according to their origin. They can also be cl****ified as uncharged or ionic polymers (polyelectrolytes). Examples include (with E number...
- admissibility of evidence of prior uncharged crimes by the defendant in a criminal trial. In most cases, evidence of prior uncharged crimes is not admissible because...
- CO2, N2, O2 Permeable Small uncharged polar molecules Urea, water, ethanol Permeable, totally or partially Large uncharged polar molecules glucose, fructose...
- is positively charged. Non-ionic detergents are characterized by their uncharged, hydrophilic headgroups. Typical non-ionic detergents are based on polyoxyethylene...
- geometry describes the geometry of empty spacetime around a rotating uncharged axially-symmetric black hole with a quasispherical event horizon. The...
- appears to have an angular momentum near the maximum allowed value. That uncharged limit is J ≤ G M 2 c , {\displaystyle J\leq {\frac {GM^{2}}{c}},} allowing...
- prior criminal behavior is countable under Chapter Four. Dismissed and uncharged conduct (§5K2.21) The court may depart upward to reflect the actual seriousness...
- describes spacetime surrounding a spherically symmetric non-rotating uncharged m****ive object. For compact enough objects, this solution generated a...
- observed that the zinc plate became uncharged if initially negatively charged, positively charged if initially uncharged, and more positively charged if initially...
- amounts of positive and negative charge, and is therefore electrically uncharged—and unchargeable. Electric potential is a scalar quantity, that is, it...
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