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By Don Rittner, Ronald A Bailey

ISBN-10: 0816048940

ISBN-13: 9780816048946

Don Rittner and Ronald A. Bailey, Ph.D.'s ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMISTRY presents highschool to varsity studentswith a simple but precise assurance which gives essays, definitions, examples and discussions surrounding probably the most simple chemistry principles. This has over 200 cross-referenced entries, 4 essays, and discussions making use of chemistry technological know-how to day-by-day life.

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Bulk flow (pressure flow) Movement of water (or any other fluid) due to a difference in pressure between two locations. The movement of solutes in plant phloem tissue is an example. Bunnett-Olsen equations The equations for the relation between lg([SH+]/[S]) + Ho and Ho + lg[H+] for base S in aqueous mineral acid solution, where Ho is Hammett’s acidity function and Ho + lg[H+] represents the activity function lg(γS γH+)/γSH+ for the nitroaniline reference bases to build Ho. lg([SH+]/[S])–lg[H+] = (Φ–1)(Ho + lg[H+]) + pKSH+ lg([SH+]/[S]) + Ho = Φ (Ho + lg[H+]) + pKSH+ See also COX-YATES EQUATION.

The objective of a bioisosteric replacement is to create a new compound with similar biological properties to the parent compound. The bioisosteric replacement may be physicochemically or topologically based. See also ISOSTERES. biodiversity (biological diversity) The totality of genes, species, and ecosystems in a particular environment, region, or the entire world. Usually refers to the variety and variability of living organisms and the ecological relationships in which they occur. It can be the number of different species and their relative frequencies in a particular area, and it can be organized on several levels from specific species complexes to entire ecosystems or even molecular-level heredity studies.

A conjugate of a xenobiotic with some groups, such as glutathione, sulfate, or glucuronic acid, to make it soluble in water or compartmentalized within the cell. bioavailability The availability of a food component or a XENOBIOTIC to an organ or organism. biocatalyst A CATALYST of biological origin, typically 28 bioconversion bioconversion The conversion of one substance to biogeography The study of the past and present dis- another by biological means. The fermentation of sugars to alcohols, catalyzed by yeasts, is an example of bioconversion.

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