The propellants used are highly oxidized and formulated to have a very low carbon composition in their chemical chain
But when the substance in question is as harmless as a peanut, "the immune system sets off a chemical chain
reaction, leading to allergy symptoms.
All four droplets in the left column are made of the same substance, a chemical chain
of 16 carbon and 34 hydrogen atoms.
The comparison turned up differences in the activity of one inhibitor gene for a chemical chain
reaction that had been previously implicated in stimulating neural stem cells.
Washington, November 28 ( ANI ): Researchers at the University of Montreal have identified and "switched off" a chemical chain
that causes neurodegenerative diseases such as Huntington's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and dementia.
This deal supports the company's strategy to expand its Vinyl Acetate Chemical Chain
Among the well-documented impacts of mining is acid rock drainage, a chemical chain
reaction created when discarded rock and tailings are exposed to air and water.
At a mixing temperature of about 120[degrees]C, mechanical chain breaking ceases to be the predominant mechanism and chemical chain
breaking by oxidative attack becomes more significant.
Having technology licences and production assets across much of the chemical chain
, Dow's regional focus is not just on bulk chemicals.
These compounds, which form an essential link in the chemical chain
reactions of life, are created by autotrophic organisms--plants--that gather carbon and energy from the environment, carbon from carbon dioxide, and energy from sunlight.
A biopolymer is a naturally occurring chemical chain
in food ingredients.
Investigators are tracking each step in the chemical chain
that begins when a molecule makes contact with a receptor on a nerve cell membrane and ends with signals inside the cell directing specific genes in the cell's nucleus to turn on or turn off.