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When histopathology, flow cytometry, T-cell rearrangement, gram stain and culture studies are negative, narcotic-induced osteocartilaginous necrosis may be confirmed by biopsy demonstrating the presence of polarizable foreign material.
In order to estimate the solvent effect, some of the complexes were embedded in aqueous solution in the integral equation formalism for the polarizable continuum model (IEF-PCM) framework (Miertus et al.
Substances containing more polarizable ("soft") groups (e.
MODELING OF A FULLY FLEXABLE POLARIZABLE WATER FOR THE SIMULATION OF BIOCHEMICAL REACTIONS OF PROTEINS, DNA, AND DRUGS
Ademas, en el caso de un cuerpo homogeneo, isotropico y linealmente polarizable, la viene dado como:
Briefly, DEP results when a polarizable particle is subjected to a spatially non-uniform electric field.
Recently, a blend composed of silicone and a high polarizable conjugated polymer showed remarkable increase of the electromechanical response (Carpi et al.
Boris Khusid's main accomplishments are the development of a predictive theory and bringing the understanding of the fundamentals of the field and flow driven transport and aggregation of polarizable particles dispersed in a host fluid to the level where it became useful in the design and operation of novel technologies for the control, manipulation, and separation of particles in a wide variety of applications.
Besides, nitrogen and sulphur containing functional groups, though far less abundant in humic substances, may play an important role in creating strong binding sites for certain cations, especially for soft and polarizable metal cations such as mercury and other heavy metals.
It is then interesting to ask how much of the bond strength actually arises from the attraction of the Au-F dipole to the polarizable xenon atom.
The effect of polar (acetonitrile) and nonpolar (cyclohexane) solvent is accounted for through the integral equation formalism polarizable continuum model (IEF-PCM).