[ US /ˈfɫuɝ/ ]
  1. a soft mineral (calcium fluoride) that is fluorescent in ultraviolet light; chief source of fluorine
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How To Use fluor In A Sentence

  • α, and immune complexes were subjected to in vitro kinase assays using exogenous ATP-γ32P and PI as substrates followed by fluorography. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • So then put the pros and cons up for the public to decide if they want fluoride in their water.
  • We observe a reduction in fluorescence anisotropy only in the presence of FRET from linked mVenus and mCerulean.
  • The modified expoxies, ie, those with plasticizers added to improve workability, were found to be incompatible with the fluorocarbon flotation fluids.
  • Also called ionized (or charged) gas, plasma can be as common as in fluorescent light bulbs or exotic in the extreme, as a thermonuclear explosion. India eNews
  • Despite the dark tint and moody atmosphere of the show, the set lights up in fluorescents and strong blues and yellows, and the colors come through strong.
  • The luciferin-luciferase's reaction system may emit fluorescence, while the toxic substances will suppress the luminous intensity.
  • Teflon is a fluorocarbon polymer known by the chemical name polytetrafluoroethylene.
  • Yet necessary public-health interventions are by nature paternalistic: think fluoridation of municipal water supplies, compulsory vaccinations and mandatory reporting of communicable diseases.
  • This is placed on chemically treated plastic strips which react with cancer cells, turning a fluorescent green.
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