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NUMBER
OXYGEN
PRESENCE
TREATMENT
COMFORTABLE
TEETH
LONG
HORSES
FAST
WEEKS
MONTHS
AIR
TEMPERATURE
EFFICIENT
THERMODYNAMICALLY
ROOM TEMPERATURE
ROOM TEMPERATURES
ECONOMY
LOW INFLATION
LONG HALF-LIFE
ESTONIAN KROON
NUCLIDE
ISOTOPE
RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPE
RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES
EARTH
NATURALLY OCCURRING ISOTOPES
WATER
PURE AIR
STABLE PARTICLE
STABLE PARTICLES
LINUX
STABLE VERSION
HALF-LIVES
META STATES
NUCLIDES
RADIOISOTOPES
FACT
STABLE CURRENCY
ATOMIC NUCLEI
STABLE CONFIGURATION
REMARKABLY STABLE
PARTIAL RESPONSE
STABLE DISEASE
STABLE NUCLIDES
STABLE NUCLIDE
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. The Stable is a former farm building and at one time housed the milkman's horse.
  2. The stable is used for operations principally involved in the production of horses and other animals and livestock.
  3. A stable is a building in which livestock, usually horses, are kept.
  4. A monostable is a device that has a stable state, and if disturbed from this state, it will revert back to the stable state after a given time.
  5. The stable is a fine example of Palladian Architecture.

Number

  1. That is, if the number of neutrons is equal to the number of protons, the nucleus is very stable. (Web site)
  2. The greater the number of contributing structures, the more stable the molecule.
  3. However, if this happens, there can be no stable isotope with an even number of neutrons and an even number of protons. (Web site)

Oxygen

  1. Compounds in which krypton forms a single bond to nitrogen and oxygen have also been characterized, but are only stable below and respectively). (Web site)
  2. Bismuth is stable to oxygen and water but dissolves in concentrated nitric air. (Web site)
  3. Water solutions of hydrogen sulfide are not stable, absorbed oxygen causes the formation of elemental sulfur and the solutions become turbid rapidly.

Presence

  1. Acetals are stable, but revert to the aldehyde in the presence of acid.
  2. However, even the presence of a single remaining tooth in an arch can make the denture much more stable and retentive. (Web site)
  3. Thus, it is desirable that the catalyst used to form the telechelic polymer be stable in the presence of functional groups. (Web site)

Treatment

  1. In patients who are otherwise stable, the only other treatment measures are to keep the head elevated and monitor the patient's status. (Web site)
  2. Double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled comparison of propranolol and verapamil in the treatment of patients with stable angina pectoris. (Web site)
  3. Once the bleeding has been controlled and the patient is hemodynamically stable, treatment should be focused on decreasing the portal vein pressure. (Web site)

Comfortable

  1. Dental implants are strong, stable, long-lasting, comfortable and allow for improved quality of life.
  2. The dental implant is stable and comfortable.
  3. After the area is completely healed, your artificial tooth and implant is secure, stable and comfortable.

Teeth

  1. The remainder of the teeth and gums needs to be stable in order to put in dental implants which are likely to work. (Web site)
  2. He described surgery for dental irregularities, the use of gold wire to make teeth more stable, and the use of artificial teeth made of ox-bone. (Web site)
  3. In short, dental implants are a substitute for tooth roots, and form a stable foundation for permanent replacement of teeth. (Web site)

Long

  1. As long as the collinear relationships in your independent variables remain stable over time, multicollinearity will not affect your forecast. (Web site)
  2. About 30 of these "stable" isotopes have actually been observed to decay, but with half lives too long to be estimated so far. (Web site)
  3. If scientists could create atoms of elements beyond uranium, however, perhaps they would be stable enough to hang around long enough to study. (Web site)

Horses

  1. The next year, during a slump for his stable, Irwin recalled Smith's Cheyenne triumphs and sent him to Seattle to train a string of horses. (Web site)

Fast

  1. Developers can rely on this book to provide detail on developing and deploying a complete, stable, secure, fast Java platform to the enterprise level. (Web site)
  2. Developed from the ground up to be stable, fast and fun, Tabula Rasa represents a refreshing new approach to the design of multiplayer online games. (Web site)
  3. It is designed to be a powerful, fast, stable, and easily extensible sound editor for Linux and compatible systems. (Web site)

Weeks

  1. Patients with complications or chest pain should not drive until their symptoms have been stable for a few weeks. (Web site)
  2. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Ten patients with stable angina pectoris were given Hartone 2 caps twice daily for 6 weeks and 1 cap twice daily for the next 6 weeks. (Web site)
  3. Seventy-one subjects completed 8 weeks of treatment with nifedipine or placebo in combination with a stable dose of diuretic. (Web site)

Months

  1. Questionnaire responses of patients with stable coronary artery disease did not change over 3 months. (Web site)
  2. Prevalence of this vision disorder declines between 6 months and 2 years, but remained fairly stable after age 2. (Web site)
  3. Patients will be on a stable dose of antipsychotic medication for at least 8 weeks prior to randomization or 4 months if Clozaril (Clinical evaluation) 6.

Air

  1. It is stable in air and does not oxidize as readily as some of the other rare-earth metals. (Web site)
  2. The metal is fairly stable in air and does not oxidise as rapidly as some of the other rare-earth metals. (Web site)
  3. It is relatively stable in air at room temperature, but dissolves readily, with the evolution of hydrogen, in mineral acids. (Web site)

Temperature

  1. The liquidus is the temperature above which the substance is stable in a liquid state.
  2. A system is said to be in thermal equilibrium when its temperature is stable (i.e does not change over time). (Web site)
  3. The secondary loop is placed below the frost line where the temperature is more stable, or preferably submerged in a body of water if available. (Web site)

Efficient

  1. Traditional constructions are a far less efficient use of materials, are far heavier, are less stable, and rely on gravity to stand up.
  2. Window Maker has a reputation for being fast, efficient and highly stable. (Web site)
  3. The United States accordingly has a strong interest, embracing a number of perspectives, in a stable, predictable, and efficient patent system. (Web site)

Thermodynamically

  1. Since the leaving group (N2) is thermodynamically very stable, these reactions are energetically favored. (Web site)
  2. In general, five and six-membered rings are thermodynamically most stable, whereas three-membered ring formation is favored kinetically. (Web site)

Room Temperature

  1. Holmium is stable in dry air at room temperature but is rapidly oxidized in moist air or when heated. (Web site)
  2. When Exelon Oral Solution is combined with cold fruit juice or soda, the mixture is stable at room temperature for up to 4 hours.
  3. It is relatively stable in air at room temperature, but dissolves readily in acids and reacts very slowly with water. (Web site)

Room Temperatures

  1. It is relatively stable in air at room temperatures, it will however dissolve in mineral acids, evolving hydrogen. (Web site)
  2. Barium chloride (green) is unstable at room temperatures, so barium must be combined with a more stable compound (e.g., chlorinated rubber). (Web site)

Economy

  1. Not subject to sudden or extreme change or fluctuation: a stable economy; a stable currency. (Web site)
  2. The Bahamas is a stable, developing nation with an economy heavily dependent on tourism and offshore banking.
  3. Pegging a currency's exchange rate to another currency does not automatically make an economy more stable. (Web site)

Low Inflation

  1. Luxembourg This stable, high-income economy - in between France, Belgium, and Germany - features solid growth, low inflation, and low unemployment. (Web site)
  2. Most governments want stable prices and low inflation.

Long Half-Life

  1. Naturally occurring rhenium is 37.4% 185 Re, which is stable, and 62.6% 187 Re, which is unstable but has a very long half-life (~10 10 years). (Web site)

Estonian Kroon

  1. Initially, the Estonian kroon was pegged to the German mark at a rate of 8 EEK = 1 DEM.[1] It has been stable since then. (Web site)
  2. The Estonian kroon is a stable, secure, and reliable currency.

Nuclide

  1. Of known elements (the first 82 from hydrogen to lead except for technetium and promethium) 80 have at least one stable nuclide.
  2. For a fixed number of nucleons A, the binding energies lie on one or more parabolas, with the most stable nuclide at the bottom. (Web site)
  3. The final outcome of radioactive decay is a stable nuclide.

Isotope

  1. Nuclei, which have a neutron or two more than their most stable isotope, may still be stable.
  2. Deuterium: "Heavy hydrogen", a stable isotope having one proton and one neutron in the nucleus. (Web site)
  3. Francium is extremely rare; its most stable isotope (half-life about 22 minutes) occurs naturally, to a very limited extent, in uranium minerals.

Radioactive Isotope

  1. Naturally occurring rhenium is a mix of one stable isotope and one radioactive isotope with a very long half-life. (Web site)
  2. A stable isotope captures another neutron; but a radioactive isotope decays to its stable daughter before the next neutron is captured.

Radioactive Isotopes

  1. The most prolific neutron absorbers are the radioactive isotopes of elements that happen to become stable by absorbing one neutron.
  2. Unlike air, which contains only the stable isotopes of krypton, this process produces both stable isotopes and radioactive isotopes of krypton. (Web site)
  3. Natural erbium is a mixture of 6 stable isotopes; in addition, 10 radioactive isotopes are known.

Earth

  1. However, astronomers do not consider it to be a second moon of Earth, and its orbit is not stable in the long term.
  2. As earth is most stable and immobile of elements, God chose the cube, with its large base areas, to constitute it. (Web site)
  3. This element is unusual among the lighter elements because it has no stable isotopes and is therefore extremely rare on Earth.

Naturally Occurring Isotopes

  1. Elements are composed of one or more naturally occurring isotopes, which are normally stable.
  2. Carbon has two stable, naturally occurring isotopes. (Web site)
  3. Only 256 of these naturally occurring isotopes are stable in the sense of never having been observed to decay as of the present time. (Web site)

Water

  1. However if the oxygen is first protonated to give R−OH 2 +, the leaving group (water) is much more stable, and nucleophilic substitution can take place. (Web site)
  2. Such formulation can be mixed with water to form a nanodispersion which is stable for a few weeks of the treatment. (Web site)
  3. Remember, anthrax spores are stable, able to resist sunlight for several hours and able to remain alive in soil and water for years. (Web site)

Pure Air

  1. This metal is stable in pure air and water, but does tarnish when it is exposed to ozone, hydrogen sulfide, or air with sulfur in it. (Web site)
  2. This metal is stable in pure air and water, but does tarnish when it is exposed to ozone, hydrogen sulfide, or air containing sulfur. (Web site)

Stable Particle

  1. The electron, like the proton and the neutron, is a stable particle and is present in almost all matter. (Web site)
  2. The neutron is normally a stable particle in that it can remain unchanged within the nucleus for an infinite period of time. (Web site)
  3. The proton is therefore taken to be a stable particle, and the baryon number is thus assumed to be conserved.

Stable Particles

  1. All but the proton, electron and neutrinos are unstable and decay to the stable particles. (Web site)
  2. Stable particles are stable because there are no lighter particles to decay into that still conserve these values. (Web site)
  3. The proton and neutron are stable particles in the most nuclei. (Web site)

Linux

  1. Description: Latest stable version of grsecurity for Linux 2.4.
  2. Support for the Magnum R4000 became stable in the 2.1 development tree (around 1999); however, support for the Magnum in Linux has atrophied since then.
  3. Linux is a stable, efficient, full-featured clone of Unix that has been ported to a variety of architectures. (Web site)

Stable Version

  1. I've heard of quite a few people still running Debian Sarge -- the stable version of Debian before Etch went stable in April 2007. (Web site)
  2. By contrast, Linux maintains two separate code trees: the stable version and the development version. (Web site)
  3. The development versions are number 5.9.x and the next stable version is planned to be called Perl 5.10.

Half-Lives

  1. Isotopes Naturally occurring tungsten consists of five isotopes whose half-lives are so long that they can be considered stable.
  2. Their most stable isotopes have half-lives between 800 and 34.000 years. (Web site)

Meta States

  1. This element also has eight meta states, though none are very stable (all have half-lives less than one second). (Web site)

Nuclides

  1. The total number of stable nuclides is approximately 275. (Web site)
  2. Nickel-58 is one of the most stable nuclides of all the existing elements, second in stability only to Iron -56. (Web site)
  3. Half-lives of known radionuclides vary widely, from more than 10 19 years (such as for very nearly stable nuclides, e.g. (Web site)

Radioisotopes

  1. Isotopes There are two natural isotopes of iridium, and many radioisotopes, the most stable being Ir-192 with a half-life of 73.83 days.
  2. Radioisotopes in Medicine - Stable and unstable isotopes are covered.
  3. Insight into soil and ecosystem carbon fluxes is also the theme of Ehleringer et al., but using stable isotopes rather than radioisotopes. (Web site)

Fact

  1. Protons, in fact, seem to be just about the most stable particles around. (Web site)
  2. Regardless, diamonds appear stable at normal temperatures and pressures, but, in fact, are very slowly converting to graphite.
  3. In fact, only about 10% of knon isotopes (of all elements), are stable. (Web site)

Stable Currency

  1. By contrast, the Australian dollar was the world's third most stable currency in all bands, though the United States dollar was among the less stable. (Web site)
  2. In fact, "hard money" advocates argue that central banks have utterly failed to obtain the objective of a stable currency. (Web site)
  3. He stabilized the coinage (the gold solidus that he introduced became a highly prized and stable currency), and made changes to the structure of the army.

Atomic Nuclei

  1. The proton and neutron are the only stable baryons (and the neutron is only stable inside atomic nuclei).
  2. Atomic nuclei that are not stable, tend to approach stable configuration(s), by the process of radioactivity.

Stable Configuration

  1. The number of electrons that an atom must acquire, or lose, or share to reach a stable configuration of 8 (2 for hydrogen) is called its valence. (Web site)
  2. This is done by an atomic nucleus that, for some reason, is unstable; it "wants" to give up some energy in order to shift to a more stable configuration. (Web site)
  3. The type of decay determines whether the ratio of neutrons to protons will increase or decrease to reach a more stable configuration. (Web site)

Remarkably Stable

  1. Autonomous parvoviruses are remarkably stable, being significantly more stable in the presence of heat and organic solvents. (Web site)
  2. The Jethro Tull lineup had been remarkably stable ever since Clive Bunker's exit after Aqualung, remaining constant across four albums in as many years.
  3. Neptune trojans are remarkably stable in their orbits and are unlikely to have been captured by Neptune, but rather to have formed alongside it. (Web site)

Partial Response

  1. Among 25 patients evaluable for morphologic response, 36% had a partial response, 32% had a minor response, and 32% remained stable. (Web site)

Stable Disease

  1. After cetuximab treatment, complete response was achieved in 1 patient, partial response in 3 patients, and stable disease in 1 patient.
  2. Stable disease was observed in 62 patients (67%), with durable stable disease (i.e., disease that was stable for 24 weeks or more) in 33 patients (35%).
  3. Of 49 patients evaluable for response, nine (18.4%) had a partial response, and 16 (32.7%) had stable disease for 6 months or longer. (Web site)

Stable Nuclides

  1. For a complete table of known nuclides, including radioactive and stable nuclides, see isotope table (divided).
  2. As of January 2009, there were 256 known stable nuclides (nuclides which have never been observed to decay).
  3. By this definition, there are 256 known stable isotopes of those 80 elements which have one or more stable nuclides. (Web site)

Stable Nuclide

  1. Nickel-62 is the most stable nuclide of all the existing elements; it is more stable even than Iron-56. (Web site)
  2. For example, it is more correct to say that an element such as fluorine consists of one stable nuclide rather than that it has one stable isotope.
  3. The result of this is that most radionuclides do not have simply a decay product, but rather a decay chain, leading eventually to a stable nuclide.

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  4. Decay
  5. Nature > Matter > Particles > Electrons

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