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1. The unpaired t test was used to compare the mean levels of diabetic control in two groups by means of a two sided test.
2. Results in the two groups were compared with unpaired, two-tailed t tests; p 0 05 was statistically significant.
3. In molecules with unpaired valence electrons, spin-spin coupling between valence and core electrons leads to further small splittings.
4. Three unpaired electrons in nitrogen.
5. The unpaired electron makes the atoms themselves act like spinning bar magnets, with a magnetic moment three orders of magnitude stronger than that of precessing nuclei.
6. So the only way I can get an unpaired is to put it alone in another orbital.
7. And again, we have the pairing of the unpaired electrons, and we have two orbitals coming together.
8. 5 degrees, and again, we still have four unpaired electrons available for bonding, we can make one of those bonds with another s p 3 hybridized carbon, so we're going to make up one pair here.
9. You can see that we have two unpaired electrons in this molecule here one in the pi 2 p x star, and one in the pi 2 p y star orbital.
10. The vomer is one of the unpaired facial bones of the skull.
11. And I cannot have an unpaired electron in the same orbital.
12. Because these things are unpaired, we have already seen how unpaired electrons play a role in the Stern-Gerlach experiment.
13. The statistical significance of the difference between the mean value of groups was tested by Student's t test for unpaired values.
14. Comparisons between groups were performed with the Wilcoxon test for unpaired data and the Fisher test.
15. The monozygotic twin material consisted of both concordant and discordant twin pairs, and some unpaired healthy twins.
16. Analysis for significance were done using Student's t test for paired samples and the two group t test for unpaired samples.
17. Some organs, such as the stomach, heart and liver, are unpaired, or single.
18. s -- we don't have to hybridize it, it already has only one unpaired electron in a 1 s orbital.
19. Essentially what you have is bonds resulting from the pairing of unpaired electrons.
20. But what we see we have is that we only have two unpaired electrons here.
21. And what I want to point out that we just figured out for molecular orbital theory, is that o 2 is a biradical, because remember, the definition of a radical is when we have an unpaired electron.
22. A free radical is a molecular fragment having an unpaired electron.
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23. H2 So the simplest case we can think of is with h 2 where we have two unpaired electrons, each in a 1 s orbital of a separate h atom.
24. An atom or a group of atoms with at least one unpaired electron.
25. At the end of the day you have some unpaired electrons.
26. Light hitting the proteins produces a pair of free radicals, highly reactive molecules with unpaired electrons.
27. As the last part pf this thesis, the acutely dissociation and shortly culture of dorsal unpaired median (DUM) neuron from the cockroach Periplaneta Americana were primarily studied.
28. The most common errors were presentation of P values without specifying the test used, use of multiplet tests instead of ANOVAs, and use of unpaired t tests when paired tests were required.
29. So, using our simple valence bond theory, what we would expect is that we want to pair up any unpaired electrons in methane with unpaired electrons from hydrogen and form bonds.
30. So we can bring in four hydrogen atoms, which will each contribute another unpaired electron.
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