Noun(1) a mixture of two partially miscible liquids A and B produces two conjugate solutions: one of A in B and another of B in A
Verb(1) unite chemically so that the product is easily broken down into the original compounds(2) add inflections showing person, number, gender, tense, aspect, etc.(3) undergo conjugation
Adjective(1) joined together especially in a pair or pairs(2) (of a pinnate leaflet(3) formed by the union of two compounds(4) of an organic compound; containing two or more double bonds each separated from the other by a single bond
(1) And don't worry, even French four students occasionally forget how to conjugate verbs.(2) The quartic in y must factor into two quadratics with real coefficients, since any complex roots must occur in conjugate pairs.(3) Geometry optimization was performed by the use of steepest descent and conjugate gradient algorithms.(4) Oh yeah, I'm trying to learn how to conjugate verbs in Japanese now.(5) The principles governing the seismic behavior of structures are the conjugate laws of equilibrium and compatibility, and force-displacement relationships of structural components.(6) The most common buffers are mixtures of weak acids and their conjugate bases.(7) The energy of the final ├ö├ç├┐annealed├ö├ç├û structure was then minimized using the conjugate gradient algorithm.(8) In other words, the term pK a is that pH at which an equivalent distribution of acid and conjugate base (or base and conjugate acid) exists in solution.(9) Of course, one can change the pH of the buffer by selecting other concentrations of acid and conjugate base, but the range of pH values over which a given buffer functions most effectively are close to the pK a of the acid.(10) The protein concentration of the protein conjugate and the degree of labeling were calculated from the following equations according to the instructions of the manufacturer.(11) One secondary terminal is connected directly to the spark plug of the parent cylinder while the other is connected to the second spark plug of the conjugate cylinder.(12) Compounds containing this group are enols, and their conjugate bases - the C = COH anion - are enolates.(13) The second tube was stained with the secondary conjugate alone and served as a measure of background fluorescence.(14) Its chromophore structure is also very simple: the conjugate base of p-hydroxythiocinnamate.(15) The conjugate phrase, ├ö├ç├┐operates to a significant extent for the benefit├ö├ç├û, directs attention to certain features of the Trust.(16) We administered a solution containing bioactive rhodamine nerve growth factor conjugate via pressure injection and monitored the dispersion in the striatal region of the coronal slices.