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- adj. Not substituted
- adj. Having no substituents
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In the unsubstituted compounds, and particularly in cobyric acid, the deviations are in the same sense as in the nickel corrin derivative and as in this molecule, C-5 and C-15, which carry C-35 and
Gwynplaine to his (unsubstituted) rank in the English peerage, when he himself is anticipating similar treatment.
Synlhesis of Polypeptides The early literature on the direct polymerization of unsubstituted amino acids has been previously reviewed in some detail.
• - Synlhesis of Polypeptides The early literature on the direct polymerization of unsubstituted amino acids has been previously reviewed in some detail.
Bell and StarChoice developed a way to substitute the signal only for Toronto and Vancouver markets, and kept the Fox HD signals unsubstituted outside those markets for the benefit of Canadians wanting to watch the U.S. Super Bowl commercials.
Viewers outside those markets would be given a choice of watching a substituted signal or an unsubstituted one.
- carotene in decreasing order, but not for β-apo-8'-carotenal, β-apo-12'-carotenal, lutein, zeaxanthin, or lycopene, suggesting that the presence of one unsubstituted β-ionone ring in a substrate with
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