Difference between compound and drawup
- composed of more than one part
- composed of many distinct individuals united to form a whole or colony
- consisting of two or more substances or ingredients or elements or parts
- calculate principal and interest
- put or add together
- combine so as to form a whole; mix
- make more intense, stronger, or more marked
- create by mixing or combining
- (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
- an enclosure of residences and other building (especially in the Orient)
- a whole formed by a union of two or more elements or parts
It appears well evident that the above mentioned compound is rapidly absorbed by the nasal mucosa into the systemic hematic circulation without first-pass metabolism.
These compounds are absorbed into the epithelial cells surrounding the central lumen containing the colloid.
Spanish-American War of 1898 Edison suggested to the Navy Department the adoption of a compound of calcium carbide and calcium phosphite, which when placed in a shell and fired from a gun would explode as soon as it struck water and ignite, producing a blaze that would continue several minutes and make the ships of the enemy visible for four or five miles at sea.