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*  DNA-encoded chemical library
The compound represents the core structure of a series of portable albumin binding molecules and of AlbufluorTM a recently ... DEL is used in medicinal chemistry to bridge the fields of combinatorial chemistry and molecular biology. The aim of DEL ... Using a DNA-templated set-up and sequence-programmed synthesis Liu and co-workers generated a 64-member compound DNA encoded ... DEL has opened the field of display technology to include non-natural compounds such as small molecules, extending the ...
*  Aryldialkylphosphatase
Furthermore, a basic residue abstracts a proton from a water molecule, and the hydroxide ion produced bridges the two divalent ... The enzyme phosphotriesterase hydrolyzes organophosphate compounds by cleaving the triester linkage in the substrate. The ... Phosphotriesterase (PTE) belongs to a family metalloenzymes that has two catalytic Zn2+ metal atoms, bridged via a common ... Singh BK, Walker A (May 2006). "Microbial degradation of organophosphorus compounds". FEMS Microbiology Reviews. 30 (3): 428-71 ...
*  Transition metal carbyne complex
These compounds do not feature MC triple bonds; instead the carbyne carbon is tetrahedral. Some of the best known are the ... Triply-bridging carbynes are sometimes prepared by the condensation of terminal carbyne complexes with other metals. Transition ... Such compounds are useful in organic synthesis of alkynes and nitriles. They have been the focus on much fundamental research. ... In these complexes, the carbyne ligand serves as a bridging ligand. Many cluster-bound carbyne complexes are known, typically ...
*  Uranium nitride
Other U≡N compounds have also been synthesized or observed with various structural features, such as bridging nitride ligands ... Simple cubic (P) Body-centered cubic (I) Face-centered cubic (F) The uranium dinitride (UN2) compound has a face-centered cubic ... Each uranium dinitride complex is considered to have three distinct compounds present simultaneously because of decomposing of ... Molecular Octa-Uranium Rings with Alternating Nitride and Azide Bridges. Science 2005, 309 (5742), 1835-1838. doi:10.1126/ ...
*  Murray Bridge Training Area
... "vehicle maintenance compound." An area of about 71 hectares (180 acres) within the training area was developed as an artificial ... The Murray Bridge Training Area (also called Murray Bridge Army Training Area) is an Australian Army training area located in ... "MURRAY BRIDGE TRAINING AREA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA" (PDF). Department of Defence. 2013. Retrieved 25 August 2015. Hodgson, P.; Moore ... Wetlands portal Adelaide Universities Regiment Australian Army Cadets Development Plan - Murray Bridge Council (PDF). ...
*  Govind Swarup
... using the Stanford Compound Interferometer; such bridges allow estimates of the age of a radio galaxy. During 1963-70, he ... In 1962 he found the first example of a steep spectrum 'bridge' of radio emission between the two radio lobes of the powerful ...
*  Santa Barbara Light
It is visible from Shoreline Drive and the La Mesa Park pedestrian bridge. Albert J. Williams (1856 - 1860) Rafiel Guirado ( ... inside a fenced Coast Guard compound with housing and a playground. ...
*  Bulguksa
The Blue Cloud Bridge makes up the lower span of the stair while the White Cloud Bridge is the upper part. The bridges lead to ... 23) that leads to the inside of the temple compound. The stairway is 33 steps high, corresponding to the 33 steps to ... This bridge is on the west in relation to the Blue Cloud and White Cloud Bridges. The Lotus Flower Bridge is known for its ... The Yeonhwagyo (Lotus Flower Bridge, 연화교,蓮華橋) and Chilbogyo (Seven Treasures Bridge, 칠보교,七寶橋) are a pair of bridges at Bulguksa ...
*  Hydride
In compounds that are regarded as hydrides, the hydrogen atom is bonded to a more electropositive element or group. Compounds ... Some are even classified as interstitial hydrides[citation needed] and other bridging hydrides. Classical transition metal ... They are traditionally termed 'compounds', even though they do not strictly conform to the definition of a compound; more ... In chemistry, a hydride is the anion of hydrogen, H−, or, more commonly, it is a compound in which one or more hydrogen centres ...
*  Bridge (disambiguation)
... an unbranched chain of atoms or an atom or a covalent bond connecting two bridgeheads in a polycyclic compound Salt bridge ( ... The Bridge), a 1959 German film The Bridge (1969 film), a Yugoslav film Bridge (1988 film), a USA-USSR film The Bridge (1930), ... a class of ship Bridge-class OBO carrier, a class of ship SS Empire Bridge or SS Bridge, an Empire ship USS Bridge, several ... Canada Bridge (surname) Auction bridge, a further derivation popular in the early 20th century Bridge whist or straight bridge ...
*  Tower Bridge
... horizontal twin-tandem compound stationary steam engines, fitted with Meyer expansion slide valves. Each engine drove a force ... Tower Bridge is one of five London bridges now owned and maintained by the Bridge House Estates, a charitable trust overseen by ... Tower Bridge is often mistaken for London Bridge, the next bridge upstream. A popular urban legend is that in 1968, Robert P. ... "Bridge Lift Times". Tower Bridge Exhibition. City of London. Retrieved 10 November 2014. "Step Inside". Tower Bridge Exhibition ...
*  Judgment Night (The Twilight Zone)
On a bridge of a British ship, a sailor calls down to the galley and asks in my script for a pot of tea, because I believe that ... His suspicion is compounded when Lanser cannot provide details of his life and does not have his passport on hand to verify his ... On the bridge, the captain and first officer are faced with a dilemma posed by the ship's engines. They are long due an ... The captain, suspicious due to Lanser's claims of German nationality, sends an officer to escort him to the bridge. ...
*  Iron(II) oxalate
Ferrous oxalate, or iron(II) oxalate, is a inorganic compound with the formula FeC2O4(H2O)x where x is typically 2. These are ... The dihydrate FeC2O4(H2O)2 is a coordination polymer, consisting of chains of oxalate-bridged ferrous centers, each with two ...
*  Helmand province campaign
Since the end of the siege, the district compound has still come under attack, but the British have built two new forward ... The operation began on September 19, when the Scots Guards engineers threw a bridge over the Helmand river. During the early ... Their commander built a series of ramps enabling the vehicles to fire over the compound walls. With the support of a mortar ... During the night, elements of the American 82nd Airborne Division mounted an aerial assault on a Taliban compound. One of the ...
*  Bismuth pentafluoride
The compound is of interest to researchers but of not particular value. BiF5 is polymeric and consists of linear chains of ... trans-bridged corner sharing BiF6 octahedra. This is the same structure as α-UF5. BiF5 can be prepared by treating BiF3 with F2 ... Bismuth pentafluoride is the inorganic compound with the formula BiF5. It is a white solid that is highly reactive. ...
*  Cycloalkane
In this case there are two rings with two carbons each and a single bridge with one carbon, excluding the carbons shared by it ... Another convention for the naming of compounds is the common name, which is a shorter name and it gives less information about ... There is more than one convention (method or nomenclature) for the naming of compounds, which can be confusing for those who ... For example, bicyclobutane, C4H6, is noted for being one of the most strained compounds that is isolatable on a large scale; ...
*  Order of Glory
... a bridge, ammunition dump, fuel stores, enemy headquarters or troop compound, power station, sunk enemy vessel, naval transport ... a bridge; Long-range night bomber crews - For the destruction of a railway station or marshalling yard, ammunition dump, fuel ...
*  Ansa-metallocene
An ansa-metallocene is a type of organometallic compound containing two cyclopentadienyl ligands that are linked by a bridging ... Specifically, the ansa bridge allows greater control of the stereochemistry at the metal centre. For example, three distinct ... Effects of the bridges on the catalytic activities". Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 250: 242. doi:10.1016/j.ccr.2005.05.012. ... was coined by Lüttringhaus and Kullick to describe alkylidene-bridged ferrocenes, which were developed in the 1950s. Often ansa ...
*  Rona glassworks
SK 285523, Šimurka, Peter; Peter Vrábel & Viera Petrušková et al., "Lead-free crystal glass, barium, niobium, and compounds ... thereof" Proceedings of the Norbert Kreidl Memorial Conference June 23-26, 2004 (2004). Building the Bridges between Glass ...
*  Tanning (leather)
Chromium's ability to form such stable bridged bonds explains why it is considered one of the most efficient tanning compounds ... Chromium(III) compounds of the sort used in tanning are significantly less toxic than hexavalent chromium. Chromium(III) ... Traditionally, tanning used tannin, an acidic chemical compound from which the tanning process draws its name (tannin is in ... The tanning process involves chemical and organic compounds that can have a detrimental effect on the environment. Agents such ...
*  Manganese(III) acetate
The chemical is therefore not a simple metal acetate ionic compound nor does the actual structure of it reflect the simple "Mn( ... it is an oxygen-centered coordination complex containing three manganese atoms bridged by acetate units. The anhydrous form of ... this compound crystallizes as a linear coordination polymer, with an additional acetic acid molecule bridging between manganese ... Manganese(III) acetate is an chemical compound that is used as an oxidizing agent in organic synthesis and materials science. ...
*  Chromium(III) chloride
This chromium(II) compound undergoes substitution easily, and it can exchange electrons with CrCl3 via a chloride bridge, ... Chromium(III) chloride (also called chromic chloride) describes any of several compounds of with the formula CrCl3(H2O)x, where ... Similar behaviour occurs with other chromium(III) compounds. Anhydrous chromium(III) chloride may be prepared by chlorination ... CrCl3) International Chemical Safety Card 1532 (CrCl3·6H2O) National Pollutant Inventory - Chromium (III) compounds fact sheet ...
*  Thiamine
These compounds interact with the thiamine to oxidize the thiazole ring, thus rendering it unable to be absorbed. Two ... Sulfites, which are added to foods usually as a preservative, will attack thiamine at the methylene bridge in the structure, ... These compounds were named by Polish biochemist Casimir Funk. In 1911, Casimir Funk isolated the antineuritic substance from ... Thiamine was the first of the water-soluble vitamins to be described, leading to the discovery of more such trace compounds ...
*  Gudiyatham
Little lakshmi and Mahalakshmi theatres in the other compound. All these six theatres are present near the Kamarajar bridge. ... Gowri and Gayathri theatres in a compound as well as Lakshmi, ...
*  Niobium(V) chloride
The Nb-Cl-Nb angle at the bridge is 101.3°. The Nb-Nb distance is 398.8 pm, too long for any metal-metal interaction. NbBr5, ... It is often used as a precursor to other compounds of niobium. NbCl5 may be purified by sublimation. Niobium(V) chloride forms ... The equatorial niobium-chlorine bond lengths are 225 pm (terminal) and 256 pm (bridging), whilst the axial niobium-chlorine ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Joachim Eckert, Hermann C. Starck "Niobium and Niobium Compounds" Ullmann's ...
*  Valproate
For many decades, its only use was in laboratories as a "metabolically inert" solvent for organic compounds. In 1962, the ... flat nasal bridge, broad nasal root, anteverted nares, shallow philtrum, long upper lip and thin vermillion borders, thick ... discovered the anticonvulsant properties of valproic acid while using it as a vehicle for a number of other compounds that were ...
*  Lacey V. Murrow Memorial Bridge
A reversible lane system, indicated by lighted overhead lane control signals with arrow and 'X' signs, compounded the hazard by ... Bridges portal Washington portal Seattle portal List of bridges in Seattle Homer M. Hadley Memorial Bridge Landmarks ... Hadley Memorial Bridge, was completed in 1989. The bridge opened just one day after the ill-fated Tacoma Narrows Bridge. In ... Parallel Evergreen Point Bridge, North Lake Bridge. December 1968. "Floating Bridge Pays For Itself". The Southeast Missourian ...