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From the emergence of lifestyles, to Leewenhoek's microscopic international, to GMO vegetation, The Biology booklet presents 250 landmarks within the most generally studied medical box. short, enticing, and colorfully illustrated synopses introduce readers to each significant subdiscipline, together with mobilephone concept, genetics, evolution, body structure, thermodynamics, molecular biology, and ecology. With details on such various subject matters as paleontology, pheromones, nature vs. nurture, DNA fingerprinting, bioenergetics, and a lot more, this full of life assortment will have interaction all people who stories and appreciates the existence sciences.

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3629(30) BrF Remark: 55 BrH 79 BrH Derived constants Ylk [cm−1] See Tab. 82(72) MHz amu5/2 Lines and data from [88Nak], [79Nai], and [80Wil] are included in the fits. 00062(13) No. Molecule B [MHz] 81 BrH BrH Remark: H79Br H81Br D79Br D81Br T79Br T81Br Remark: D [kHz] α, γ [MHz] Ref. Meth. 055(16) Hz amu4 MHz amu2 [90Cal] have used REMPI for determining the rotational constants of several electronic states. determined rotational constants with percent precission of many electronic states by REMPI.

The perturbing state is tentatively assigned as E1Π, υ = 5 [94Uba]. 3(84) MHz amu f U02 = −9195(30) kHz amu2 f U12 = −1933(138) kHz amu5/2 f U11 = −14147(291) MHz amu3/2 f 94Dia 87Eid No. Molecule B [MHz] D [kHz] α, γ [MHz] Ref. Meth. Derived constants Ylk [cm−1] re [pm] See Tab. Remarks: Errors in [92Var] represent 2σ. Errors in [91LeF], [93Aut], [94Geo] represent 3σ. Y80 , Y90 , Y61 , Y22 , Y32 , Y42 , Y52 , Y13, Y23 in [91LeF] are fixed to [83Gue] results. Helium pressure broadening parameters are determined by [89Wil].

94LeB IRE Derived constants Ylk [cm−1] re [pm] See Tab. 059217(19) 94Ogi1 Remarks: Work in [94LeB] was combined with lines from [93Rin]. [94Ogi1] used data from [82Cox], [87Nol], [94LeB], [92Fus], [93Rin], [93Kle], and [83Cla]. [97DeN] give comparable constants for υ = 1 of H35Cl and H37Cl. 35 H Cl 91Cox D35Cl T35Cl Remark: Calculated taking into account adiabatic and nonadiabatic effects [91Cox]. 4584(3) No. Molecule B [MHz] D [kHz] α, γ [MHz] Ref. Meth. 90(15) MHz amu I Cl See Tab. 695(103) a Calculated using the isotope relationship and fixed.

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