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  • n. Plural form of oxygen.

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Examples

  • Pure ThO2 is exceedingly heat-resistant, and of course totally oxygen-resistant because two oxygens is all that will go, but would not shine well, I'm told, when heated by even the hottest oil flame.

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  • “Two oxygens, please, when you get a chance,” he says to the “waitress,” who fortunately for all involved does not actually hear him.

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  • Hydrogen sulfide, for example, reacts with four molecules of FOOF to give sulfur hexafluoride, 2 molecules of HF and four oxygens. . .and 433 kcal, which is the kind of every-man-for-himself exotherm that you want to avoid at all cost.

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  • Influenced by the Byzantines, the Western Church had become increasingly fond of the ritualistic burning of incense, ostensibly as an evocation of the sweet oxygens of heaven, but more likely a way of combating the concentrated funk of sweaty congregations.

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  • Carbon Dioxide is not the same as Carbon Monoxide (two oxygens versus one).

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  • The double bonds to the oxygens both in the carboxylic acid and in the secondary amide seem to be drawn as single bonds in the lower right corner.

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  • All the oxygens then decide to settle down with their new carbon best buddies.

    Hot Buttered

  • Because many chemoinformatics tools do not have really support for dative bonds, a covalent bond could be drawn, but then the oxygens should be uncharged... right, not?

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  • I checked the complete CML source code for the CrystelEye entry, and that contains the charges on the two oxygens bound to the cupper too.

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  • The oxygens in the phosphate molecule don't make the problem any easier.

    A Minimal Genome

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