Definition: remainder; balance
Definition: remainder; balance
Sentences Containing 'residue'
Ammonia is made from the liquids which collect in the condensers; anilin, the source of exquisite dyes, is made from the thick, tarry distillate, and coke is the residue left in the clay retorts.
This can be demonstrated by evaporating the neutral liquid to dryness and examining the residue of solid matter, which proves to be common salt.
The waters of the Mediterranean and of our own Great Salt Lake are led into shallow basins, where, after evaporation by the heat of the sun, they leave a residue of salt.
Sour milk and buttermilk are quite as good as cream of tartar, because the lactic acid which they contain combines with the soda and liberates carbon dioxide, and forms a harmless residue in the dough.
Air is composed chiefly of oxygen and nitrogen; if, therefore, the oxygen in a vessel filled with air can be made to unite with some other substance or can be removed, there will be a residue of nitrogen.
After replacing the stock employed in working those different mines, together with its ordinary profits, the residue which remains to the proprietor is greater, it seems, in the coarse, than in the precious metal.
The residue, therefore, that portion which belongs to the owner of the stock, and which pays the interest of money, would necessarily remain the same too.
Pesticides can leave a residue that can contaminate food products stored near it.
A conserved aromatic residue, as well as the second conserved negative residue, are thought to be involved in stabilising the calcium-binding site.
Mature plumbago leaves often have a whitish residue on their undersides, a feature that can confuse gardeners.
It catalyzes the addition of an isopentenyl group from dimethylallyl diphosphate (DMAPP) onto adenosine residue 37 of certain tRNA molecules.
Cleavage of the C-terminal most 31 residues at a trypsin like cleavage site yields the fully active 196 residue form.
The 196 residue OSM is the predominant form isolated form a variety of cell lines and corresponds to a glycoprotein of 28 KDa, although the larger 227 residue pro-OSM can be isolated from over transfected cells.
The free cysteine residue does not appear to mediate dimerisation of OSM.
The lower propensity for STAT1 activation may be a reflection of the lower number of STAT1 activation sequences, YZPQ (where X is any residue and Z is any uncharged residue), namely Y905 and Y915.
mTORC2 phosphorylates the serine/threonine protein kinase Akt/PKB at a serine residue S473 as well as serine residue S450.
Phosphorylation of the serine stimulates Akt phosphorylation at a threonine T308 residue by PDK1 and leads to full Akt activation; curcumin inhibits both by preventing phosphorylation of the serine.
The residue of Sir William's personal estate was to be held in trust for the purchase of real estate in England or Scotland (but not in Ireland) which was to be added to the entailed estate.
This amino acid is generally a leucine residue in the middle of an alpha helix.
It was desirable, therefore, as it respected them, and the residue of the population of the country, to drain them off".
The 5' and 3' C/D domains are predicted to guide the 2'O-ribose methylation of residue U22 in U12 and residue C8 in U4 snRNAs respectively.
The Rock Island did not maintain the train properly; the cause of the file was oil residue which poor maintenance failed to remove.
Gas produced by the first stage is reformed with water vapor and heat energy from the cokes into a dust and residue-free fuel gas.
U29 is proposed to guide the 2'O-ribose methylation of 28S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) residue A4493.
The Terramare culture takes its name from the black earth ("terra marna") residue of settlement mounds, which have long served the fertilizing needs of local farmers.
The N-terminus of the exocyclic tryptophan residue is coupled to decanoic acid, a medium chain (C10) fatty acid.
Again, the apo-T domain must be primed to the holo-T domain via a PPTase, attaching a flexible phosphopantetheine arm to a conserved serine residue.
Chain elongation by one aminoacyl residue and chain translocation to the next T domain occurs in concert.
Once the coupling of decanoic acid to the N-terminal tryptophan residue occurs, the condensation of amino acids begins, catalyzed by the NRPS.
There is a residue of unreactive tarry compounds mixed with ash from the coal and catalyst. To minimise the loss of carbon in the residue stream, it is necessary to have a low-ash feed.
The hydrogen required for the process can be also produced from coal or the residue by steam reforming.
An unavoidable consequence of cremation is that a tiny residue of bodily remains is left in the chamber after cremation and mixes with subsequent cremations.
The key requirement is that the "sum" of the ψ"i" angle of residue "i" and the φ"i+1" angle of residue "i+1" remain roughly constant; in effect, the flip is a crankshaft move about the axis defined by the Cα-C¹ and N-Cα bond vectors of the peptide group, which are roughly parallel.
A β-galactoside is a type of galactoside in which the glycosidic bond lies above the plane of the galactose residue.
Organophosphates inhibit AChE, causing OP poisoning by phosphorylating the serine hydroxyl residue on AChE, which inactivates AChE.
Forty-five fruits and vegetables are listed by the Environmental Working Group as being regularly found with Pesticide residue associated with OPs.
For a finite degree extension "L"/"K" of an algebraic number field "K" we define "P"("L"/"K") to be the set of primes p of "K" which have a factor P with inertial degree one (that is, the residue field of P has the same order as the residue field of p).
Both snoRNAs are predicted to guide 2'O-ribose methylation of the large 28S ribosomal RNA (rRNA) subunit on residue G4198.
The rifle had to be properly and thoroughly cleaned, since sloppy cleaning would leave residue behind that would increase the risk of a chain fire.
Over time, the channel that allowed the flash to bypass the barrel and ignite the charge in the ramrod tube slowly built up a residue of unburned gunpowder.
Multiple residue curves for a single system are called "residue curves map".
Residue curves allow testing the feasibility of a separation of mixtures and therefore are a valuable tool in designing distillation processes.
Residue curve maps are typically used for examining ternary mixtures which can't be easily separated by distillation because of azeotropic points or too small relative volatilities.
The calculation of residue curves is done by solving the mass balance over time by numerical integration with methods like Runge-Kutta.
The residue curves are always moving away from an unstable node to a saddle but never reaches that because they then turn to a stable node.
Management of the disease involves the use of clean and/or treated seeds, resistant cultivars, crop rotation, residue management, and foliar fungicides.
Pollen residue indicates they were buried on a bed of flowers.
If the order of "M" is relatively prime to the characteristic of the residue field of "K", then the Euler characteristic is one.
Spores overwinter on host plant residue, germinate in early spring, and produce new infections on growing asparagus spears.
They discover a viscous substance left behind by the killer that the Doctor identifies as morphic residue.
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