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  • n. Plural form of nitrogen.


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  • But by the time the water hits House Creek, most of the elements destructive to aquatic life in the sound -- the phosphates, nitrogens and microbes -- have been absorbed by newly established plantings, terraces and forebays on museum grounds.

    J. Michael Welton: Scarred Site to Cultural Center

  • Plagas de algunos arboles fijadores de nitrogens pare suelos acidos en America Central, pp. 53-60.

    Chapter 8

  • In an attempt to modify the metabolism of 6-MP, we introduced substitutents at the 2 and/or 8 positions of the purine ring and on the ring nitrogens.

    Nobel Lecture The Purine Path To Chemotherapy

  • I observed much and confusing talk of the value of nitrogens, proteids and -- when I had reached the ultra-modernists -- vitamines.

    One Third Off

  • I think the nitrogens give it a little extra energy.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • The water droplets are oxygens, the N's are obviously nitrogens.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Sci loves the whole thing, from the lovely curves of the bonds to the water droplets and the vibrating nitrogens.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Heat triggers worse air pollution than normal because it turns air particles like nitrogens and hydrocarbons into ozone, a pollutant that's highly toxic and dangerous to breathe.


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