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  1. A radical is a man with both feet firmly planted in the air. (Web site)
  2. Radical is the name biochemists give to an atom or molecule with an unpaired electron. (Web site)
  3. Radical is a simple Radius packet decoder to assist in the debugging of Radius sessions.
  4. Radical is defined as the mean distance from each of the triplet axes or quantum loops within a mass-particle. (Web site)
  5. The radical was formed by abstraction of a hydrogen atom from the valine molecule coupled to the aluminum hydroxide matrix.

Alkylene Radical

  1. In each aspect of the invention, it is often preferable that any alkyl, alkenyl, alkynyl or alkylene radical have less than 6 carbon atoms. (Web site)

Radical Prostatectomy

  1. Surgical removal of the prostate gland, called a radical prostatectomy, is often done when cancer is contained within the prostate gland (T1 or T2 cancers).

Radical Substitution

  1. The chemistry of free radicals: tributyltin hydride and its use to initiate radical substitution and addition reactions; enediyne compounds.
  2. In Organic chemistry, a radical substitution reaction is a substitution reaction involving free radicals as a reactive intermediate. (Web site)

Aromatic Radical

  1. As used herein, the term "aromatic radical" includes but is not limited to phenyl, pyridyl, furanyl, thienyl, naphthyl, phenylene, and biphenyl radicals. (Web site)
  2. The hydrocarbon radical R.sub.1 may be a linear or branched alkyl radical, an alkenyl radical or an alkyl or alkenyl substituted aromatic radical. (Web site)
  3. Similarly when the radical R is an aromatic radical, each available ring position of such radical is individually occupied by an inert substituent. (Web site)

Radical Policies

  1. In 1970, however, her socialist coalition, the United Front, regained power, and as prime minister she pursued more radical policies. (Web site)

Radical Muslims

  1. Public opinion in the West reflects the fear that radical Muslims are trying to impose their values on the rest of the world.

Radical Cystectomy

  1. Radical cystectomy: In this operation, the entire bladder is removed, as well as its surrounding lymph nodes and other structures that may contain cancer.
  2. Radical cystectomy: Surgery to remove the bladder and any lymph nodes and nearby organs that contain cancer.

Radical Reformers

  1. Unfortunately his rhetoric far outstripped his own practice, and more radical reformers took the idea of Sola Scriptura to its logical conclusions.

Free Radical Addition

  1. Free Radical Addition Reaction mechanism of addition by a free radical.
  2. The best known and most important use of free radical addition to alkenes is probably polymerization. (Web site)

Radical Shift

  1. A radical shift came in the 1830s, led by William Lloyd Garrison, who demanded "immediate emancipation, gradually achieved.".
  2. The emergence of Prussia as a major power led to a radical shift of alliances and to new hostilities.
  3. Surprisingly, since this represents a radical shift in his psychology, it changes almost nothing. (Web site)

Radical Cheerleading

  1. Radical cheerleading is used at demonstrations to promote a radical message in a media-friendly, people-friendly way.
  2. This book should be like radical cheerleading itself, where the initial idea (an anthology) is corrupted to create a tool for activism. (Web site)

Radical Wing

  1. By 1967 however, Black Power had become the dominant ideology within the radical wing of the civil rights movement.
  2. The adherents of the radical wing of the Polish Brethren promoted, often by way of personal example, the ideas of social justice.
  3. When the radical wing of the liberals suppressed convents in Aargau in 1841, Lucerne turned conservative and invited the Jesuits to its schools.

Radical Form

  1. Christian communism can be seen as a radical form of Christian socialism. (Web site)

Radical Groups

  1. The anarchists had a great feeling for literature and were wide-ranging, less narrow and doctrinaire than other radical groups.

Radical Group

  1. Another radical group was the Social Democrats, exponents of Marxism in Russia.
  2. The ELF is a radical group of environmentalists that has claimed responsibility for various acts of arson and vandalism and is listed as the FBI's No. (Web site)
  3. Spartacus party or Spartacists, radical group of German Socialists, formed c.Mar., 1916, and led by Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg. (Web site)

Free Radical Substitution

  1. In other words it behaves like an alkane and undergoes a free radical substitution reaction. (Web site)
  2. This page gives you the facts and a simple, uncluttered mechanism for the free radical substitution reaction between methane and chlorine. (Web site)
  3. Free radical substitution of hydrogen atoms in methane by bromine atoms. (Web site)

Radical Element

  1. In the Athabaskan group many verbs change the quality or quantity of the vowel of the radical element as it changes its tense or mode. (Web site)

Radical Elements

  1. Fianna Fail began to rapidly implement the more radical elements of it’s election manifesto. (Web site)
  2. In my view, modern anarchism begins as a religious tradition associated with radical elements of the Protestant Reformation. (Web site)

Free Radical Scavenger

  1. It is a powerful antioxidant, acting as an effective free radical scavenger and protecting the body cells from the effects of free radical oxidation.

Free Radical Scavengers

  1. These free radical scavengers occur naturally in the body and neutralize free radicals. (Web site)
  2. The influence of pH, transition metals, hydrogen peroxide, free radical scavengers and metal chelators on caffeine oxidation was studied.

Radical Republican

  1. However, it is known that she spent time in Waco, Texas, with her husband, Albert Parsons, a white radical Republican. (Web site)

Radical Republicans

  1. These tensions between liberal Orleanist and Radical Republicans and Socialists caused the second, June Revolution.

Hydroxide Ion

  1. The radical at C-3′ promotes the release of the hydroxide ion on the carbon-2 atom.

Hydroxyl Radical

  1. The hydroxyl radical, ·OH, is the neutral form of the hydroxide ion. (Web site)
  2. Free radicals created by oxygen include the hydroxyl radical (-OH) and the superoxide anion.
  3. Superoxide is the precursor of other damaging oxygen species including hydrogen peroxide, the hypochlorite ion and the hydroxyl radical. (Web site)

Radical Ideas

  1. Athens in the fourth and fifth centuries BC was bustling with radical ideas like democracy, philosophy, mathematics, science and art.
  2. Clash albums were infused with reggae, ska, funk and African rhythms, as well as with radical ideas about race, class and politics.
  3. Mansoor Hekmat went to war against this dark world, with his writings, his profoundly humanist and radical ideas, and with his party. (Web site)


  1. Aryl denotes a phenyl radical or an ortho-fused bicyclic carbocyclic radical having about nine to ten ring atoms in which at least one ring is aromatic. (Web site)
  2. Like the phenyl radical, the cyclic radicals can accommodate themselves to either the positive or negative position in the molecule. (Web site)
  3. Ar preferably has the formula: ##STR1## in which R represents a radical chosen from H, NO 2, CN, NCO, COOH, CONH 2, alkyl, alkoxy, phenyl and phenoxy. (Web site)

Aryl Radical

  1. Phenyl substituted by halogen and alkyl or alkoxy each having 1 to 4 carbon atoms is preferred as the aryl radical. (Web site)
  2. Linking group refers herein to any group which is capable of linking a hydrocarbon radical to an aryl radical.
  3. Ar is an aryl or substituted aryl radical of up to about 12 carbon atoms. (Web site)


  1. Jones himself favoured the total abolition of New Zealand's armed forces, although this was considered too radical to be adopted as New Zealand Party policy. (Web site)
  2. Anarcha-feminists, like other radical feminists, criticize and advocate the abolition of traditional conceptions of family, education and gender roles.

Radical Reformation

  1. A more radical reformation was imposed, including the abolition of the mass, the destruction of images, and the closing of the chantries.
  2. Anabaptist s are a movement that developed from the Radical Reformation. (Web site)
  3. Early forms of the Radical Reformation were often millenarian, focusing on the imminent end of the world. (Web site)


  1. Heteroatoms such as halogens can be bonded to the carbon atoms in this radical. (Web site)
  2. Like the other halogens, bromine participates in free radical reactions. (Web site)

Free Radical Halogenation

  1. Ethane can react with the halogens, especially chlorine and bromine, by free radical halogenation.
  2. Free radical halogenation is a reaction that substitutes a chlorine or a bromine for a hydrogen on an alkane.
  3. Ethane can react with the halogen s, especially chlorine and bromine, by free radical halogenation.

Radical Islam

  1. He explores the impact this has on the secular left's criticism of the New Atheists, and its approach to radical Islam.
  2. No, the idea that radical Islam is infiltrating American Muslims is a government lie.
  3. Public opinion in recent years has soured on multiculturalism, due in large part to fears of radical Islam. (Web site)

Radical Departure

  1. Although Marcel Duchamp's musical oeuvre is sparse, these pieces represent a radical departure from anything done up until that time. (Web site)
  2. And this music which emerged was a radical departure from the Swing Era as the very function of the music had changed from Dance to Art. (Web site)


  1. We have reliably been informed that a radical surgery is in the offing and your dreams are to see the right staff on the NMG bus.

Radical Change

  1. WHENEVER RADICAL change is in the offing, moderate reformers suddenly find their voice.
  2. What is needed is a radical change in ideologies and economic policies.
  3. Both Marxists and radical feminists seek a total and radical change in social relations and consider themselves to be on the political left. (Web site)

Radical Feminism

  1. Radical feminism: Cutting-edge branch of feminism focused on sweeping social reforms, social change, and revolution.
  2. Thus, within this framework, radical feminism is a conflict theory. (Web site)
  3. Often, radical feminism is seen by people other than its adherents as a form of identity politics.


  1. As the economists and other social scientists were promoting their ideas, the American political system itself was undergoing a radical transformation. (Web site)
  2. But the conservative Christian jurists do seek a radical transformation to establish a God-centered society which encompasses both church and state. (Web site)
  3. By this time, of course, my original ideas about Spiritualism had undergone a radical transformation. (Web site)


  1. Because Picasso's art from the time of the Demoiselles was radical in nature, virtually no 20th-century artist could escape his influence. (Web site)
  2. Mary Shelley's writings upon her return to England were less radical in nature as she tried to comply with her father-in-law's wishes and conform to society.
  3. Anarchists think that any radical movement which does so fails to understand the nature of the system they are fighting against. (Web site)

Socialist Feminism

  1. An analysis of the differences between radical and socialist feminism.


  1. I have known a lot of feminists, many of them radical and many of them lesbians.
  2. Radical feminism expended a lot of energy dealing with a basis from which to critique society without falling into Marxist pleas for socialist revolution. (Web site)
  3. The same double standard props up a lot of systems based on boundedness: radical groups, racism, sexism, cliques, nationalist circles.


  1. The crisis of petty bourgeois socialism and militant national reformism that formed the social essence of the radical Left was in fact long overdue. (Web site)


  1. As a result, the SA was more radical than the Gestapo, arguing the Nazi revolution had not ended when Hitler achieved power.
  2. His middle-of-the-road government suppressed attempts by the radical left (see Spartacus party) and by the extreme right (see Kapp, Wolfgang) to seize power. (Web site)
  3. Further, anarchism entails a radical critique of the exercise of authority and power.

Radical Reforms

  1. Socialists try to pull in the other direction, towards mass participation, more radical reforms and questioning the whole system.


  1. In their view, the Empire could never have lasted longer than it did without radical reforms that no Emperor could implement. (Web site)
  2. This would be a radical and, in my view, welcome change in copyright law. (Web site)
  3. The trouble with radical feminism, from a socialist feminist point of view, is that it doesn't go any farther. (Web site)


  1. Christian communism can be seen as an intermediate form between Christian socialism (which is more moderate) and Christian anarchism (which is more radical).
  2. These included the armed revolutionaries, moderate and radical leaders as well as those who led mass movements. (Web site)
  3. The party contained both moderate and radical socialists. (Web site)


  1. In the 1960s, the church met strong opposition from the radical left. (Web site)
  2. Federal officials are well aware of the radical nature of the mosque which was built in Falls Church, Virginia, with funding from Saudi Arabia.
  3. As the Church grew, this radical form of material communion could not in fact be preserved. (Web site)


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