from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of several compounds with composition C2H3N3, having a five-membered ring of two carbon atoms and three nitrogen atoms.
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- n. either of two isomeric heterocyclic compounds having a five-membered ring with three nitrogen atoms and two double bonds in the ring; any organic derivative of these compounds
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A class-name applied, in organic chemistry, to compounds containing in their molecule a cyclic group consisting of three nitrogen and two carbon atoms, such as Various arrangements of these atoms are possible.
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A team lead by Dr. Meilin Liu, a professor in the School of Materials Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech, has discovered that a chemical called triazole is significantly more effective than similar chemicals researchers have explored to increase conductivity and reduce moisture dependence in polymer membranes.
(TAG) supports the idea of triazole stewardship, says David Parish.
Outdoor Leadership Training group leader; toured China as bassoon player with Brown University Orchestra; raised $6,000 for Habitat for Humanity in a Bike and Build by biking 4,000 miles from Providence to Seattle; synthesized triazole molecules to analyze their properties while bound to metals; chemistry department undergraduate group president; departmental award in organic chemistry; Rhodes Scholar.
At higher temperatures, like those allowed by a membrane containing triazole, the fuel cell can tolerate much higher levels of carbon monoxide in the hydrogen fuel.
The use of triazole also solves one of the most persistent problems of fuel cells — heat.
VFEND voriconazole IV/Oral is the only broad-spectrum IV/oral triazole antifungal medication specifically indicated for the first-line treatment of both mould and yeast infections.
Indiana research has shown strobilurin and strobilurin/triazole premix fungicides to be most effective at preventing yield loss when applied in response to disease presence and at the tasseling to early silking growth stage.
These cumulative results suggest that H2O2 induced by sub lethal doses of the triazole fungicide prothioconazole acts as a trigger of DON biosynthesis.
A relatively robust four-spray programme of triazole fungicides plus some chlorothalonil (see table, programme 1) at T0 and T1 costing £76/ha gave an impressive 11. 48t/ha across all 24 varieties - an increase of just under 2. 5t/ha over the untreated.
"You might then spend more on a T0 triazole, and consider using a strobilurin at T1."