triones


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triones

(traɪˈəʊniːz)
pl n
the seven principal stars of the constellation Ursa Major
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Una razon comun, un solo y mutuo amor los ataran con dulce lazo; una sola moral, un culto solo, en santa union y caridad fundados, el nudo estrecharan, y en un solo himno, del Austro a los Triones resonando, la voz del hombre llevara hasta el cielo la adoracion del universo, a la alta fuente de amor, al solo Autor de todo (58).
To the Roman writer Varro, in the 1st century BC, the Big Dipper was the Triones, or "plough oxen," and Cicero, celebrated for his speeches during the Roman Republic, coined the name Septentriones, or the "seven plough oxen.
Such chemical compounds include reactive gases like ozone, liquids such as acids, bases, isocyanates and peracids, and solids like peroxides, hydantoins, triazine triones and other oxidizers such as potassium permanganate.
4) showed the use of a triazine trione in methyl ethyl ketone provided an acceptable treatment (priming) that apparently did not allow the reconstruction of the surface of styrene butadiene rubber (SBR).
This system required the pretreatment of the surfaces of the tread and casing with an oxidizing/chlorinating solution of a triazine trione in an inert solvent (butyl acetate).
Alum catalyzed synthesis of 2H-indazolo[1,2-b]phthalazine- trione derivatives 4a-m) (a) Compound (b) R Time (min) 4a [C.