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D.E NOVO. Anew. afresh. When a judgment upon an issue in part is reversed on error, for some mistake made by the court, in the course of the trial, a venire de novo is awarded in order that the case may again be submitted to the jury.

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However, under certain conditions -- cold temperatures along with radiation that knocks electrons off hydrogen -- chemical reactions create water molecules with a much higher fraction of deuterium.
In comparison with the similar levels of hydrogen atom in an atom of deuterium energy levels of the same principle quantum number are spatially shifted towards the nucleus by the value of
For each sex, separately and combined, paired f-tests were used in detecting differences in body composition obtained with both the in-built prediction equations supplied with the Tanita system and the deuterium oxide dilution technique.
In practice, most of these scientists charge the deuterium in the palladium and after the report of the load exceeds the factor 0.
Deuterium nuclei's more classical nature makes them stick closer to the oxygen nuclei they're bound to within a heavy-water molecule, Soper says.
30] argon, deuterium, tantalum, sulfur, titanium, uranium
In an atmosphere of deuterium gas, this generated positively charged atoms and accelerated them to high energy in a beam.
Preliminary work showed that the predose urine samples were not suitable for use as background samples for estimation of deuterium by infrared spectroscopy because of the large variations in composition of sequential urine samples.
Properties could even be linked to new types of "derivative" instruments - Martian deuterium futures, say, or lunar Real Estate Investment Trusts - tailored to various investor needs.
Deuterium has about twice the mass of ordinary hydrogen.
The combination of the deuterium available in the water and the plant's metabolism means it will have its own special distribution of deuterium on its molecules.