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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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2]O is caused by decreasing the possibility of biochemical processes running through the appropriate energy levels in deuterium atoms, which, being caused by mass difference, are spatially shifted towards the nucleus in comparison with analogous levels in hydrogen.
The cell contained an electrolyte of "heavy water" composed of oxygen and deuterium in its bottom half, along with palladium electrodes, and various supporting internal parts made of Teflon.
In the Indiana University study, Stephenson's team collided a beam of deuterons into a target of deuterium gas.
Once in ammonia, deuterium atoms "prefer" to stay there when temperatures are extremely low, says Lis.
and one South Korean patent covering the use of deuterium in semiconductor devices.
CTP-518 is a novel HIV protease inhibitor developed from Concert's deuterium chemistry platform by replacing certain key hydrogen atoms of atazanavir with deuterium.
The one-proton--one-neutron version, called deuterium, behaves chemically like hydrogen and can form water and other compounds.
Two electrochemists claimed then to have sparked fusion at room temperature by passing electric current through a bath of water in which ordinary hydrogen is replaced by deuterium, a heavier isotope.
Concert believes these findings represent the first reported clinical data demonstrating that deuterium substitution can alter a drug's metabolism to reduce the potential for drug-drug interactions in humans.
The substance was labeled with deuterium atoms, a heavy form of hydrogen, to make it detectable in the blood.
In the May 18 SCIENCE, scientists reported that C/1999 S4 is the first comet whose ratio of deuterium to hydrogen is similar to that found in water on Earth.