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Acronym References

FID
What is FID ?
Flame Ionization Detector
Ionizing flame detector (FID) is a scientific instrument that measures the decomposed material in a gas stream. The utility is often used in gas chromatography as a detector (detector). Measuring ion per unit of time makes this instrument sensitive to mass. Also, this detector can be independently in the system, such as monitoring the release of gases and measure the amount of greenhouse gas emissions, internal combustion engines, for fixed or portable, be used....
ALA
What is ALA ?
α-Linolenic Acid
Linolenic acid is a type of fatty acid with several double bonds. There are two species of this acid:
alpha-linolenic acid abbreviated as ALA and is a family of omega-3 fatty acids.< br>gamma linolenic acid is abbreviated as GLA and is a family of omega-6 fatty acids.

alpha-linolenic acid and gamma-linolenic acid are useful for maintaining skin health and creating hormonal balance.

fatty acids contained in omega-3 regulate blood pressure, blood coagulation, heart rate, immune response and fatty breakdown. Fatty acids also play an important role in building the brain tissue and cells of the human body's nervous system....
EPA
What is EPA ?
EicosaPentaenoic acid
Eicosapentanoic acid (EPA) is a fatty acid with the chemical formula c20h30o2 and one of the omega-3 fatty acids.
< br>three fatty acids constituting the omega-3 family are alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid(EPA) and ducosahexaenoic acid(DHA). Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is found in walnuts and some types of plants. There are two other fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and vedocosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in fish such as salmon, including in fish oil and supplements. Fatty acids n-3(carbon-thirds of garlic, not), which in terms of nutrition are very important alpha-linolenic acid(ALA), the acid (DHA) and acid (EPA) are all multiple are. The human body the ability to build and synthesis up, fatty acids, n-3 from molecules other does not, but can be long chain 2022 carbon fatty acids n-3 like EPA and DHA from short chain of eight carbon ALA form....
DHA
What is DHA ?
DocosaHexaenoic Acid
Dukosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is a fatty acid with the chemical formula c22h32o2 and a chemical compound with a low pub ID of 445580. Its molar mass is 328.488 g/mol.
< br>three fatty acids constituting the omega-3 family are alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and ducosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) is found in walnuts and some types of plants. There are two other fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and vedocosahexaenoic acid (DHA) in fish such as salmon, including in fish oil and supplements. Fatty acids n-3(carbon-thirds of garlic, not), which in terms of nutrition are very important alpha-linolenic acid(ALA), the acid (DHA) and acid (EPA) are all multiple are. The human body the ability to build and synthesis up, fatty acids, n-3 from molecules other does not, but can be long chain 2022 carbon fatty acids n-3 like EPA and DHA from short chain of eighteen carbon ALA Synthesis track....
ASP
What is ASP ?
Alkaline, Surfactant, Polymer
Categories alkaline and surfactant ( separator surfaces, oil and water) and the polymer industry....
EEA
What is EEA ?
Electron Affinity
Affinity for electrons (Eea) or energy release the electron of an atom or molecule, the amount of energy released when connecting an electron to an atom or molecule is neutral in the "gaseous state" to form a negative ion (anion) is. In solid state physics affinity for electrons, or to better express the energy release of the electron slightly different meaning to the meaning of the energy released by the transfer of electrons from the energy level of the vacuum in the outside of the semiconductor to the edge of the bottom band guide within the semiconductor.

affinity for electrons only in a state of gas, the material is defined. Because the energy level of the molecules and atoms in a state of liquid and solid because of the links between atomic and molecular special in this scenarios, etc. under the influence of molecules and atoms adjacent to his placed. A list of the affinity for electrons, by Robert SS. (Robert S. Mulliken) was prepared for the construction of the scale atoms was employed. Scale atom is equal to the average and energy it atom. Another example of the application of the affinity for electrons in the theory of friend SMS, eBay (HSAB theory) is. The theory HSAB also predict the outcome of reactions useful. Recently it has been shown that even the sensitivity and performance of explosive materials can be based on the theory HSAB explained. The molecule or the atomic affinity for electrons, the larger the have a positive the receiver, the electron and the molecule or the atomic affinity for electrons, the smaller the have a positive the donor electron is, the two species of molecules or atoms with each other, the reaction can do. So affinity for electrons, the larger the positive than the metals have....
TGA
What is TGA ?
Thermo Gravimetric Analysis
Thermal gravimetric or gravimetric thermal (Thermogravimetric Analysis), with the name, the abbreviations TA or TGA, etc. the most simple method of thermal analysis kit, in which changes in mass of the sample on the effect of heating or cooling, to identify and measure the physical processes and the chemical goes to work.

thermal gravimetric can be two through or time, temperature and dynamic, or dynamic to be done....