610 a.k.a. Decanoic acid, or capric acid, is a saturated fatty acid. Its formula is CH₃₈COOH. Salts and esters of decanoic acid are called decanoates or "caprates". The term capric acid arises from the Latin "capric" which pertains to goats due to their olfactory similarities.
- also known as Fatty Acid 10:0, 10:0, F10D0, Capric acid, Caprate, Caprinate, Caprinic acid, Caprynate, Caprynic acid, Decoate, Decoic acid, Decylate, Decylic acid
"610" a.k.a. "Ambassador of Progress" is a book by Walter Jon Williams, published in (31 years ago).
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1984
"610" a.k.a. "Robotix" is a 1985 animated series based on the Milton Bradley toy of the same name. The original toy was of the construction type, similar to the Erector Set and K’Nex, that included motors, wheels, and pincers.
- begun in (30 years ago)
- countries: United States of America, Canada
- language: English Language
- genres: Science Fiction, Animation
- 610 a.k.a. Glucuronic acid is a carboxylic acid. Its structure is similar to that of glucose. However, glucuronic acid's sixth carbon is oxidized to a carboxylic acid. Its formula is C₆H₁₀O₇.
- also known as D-Glucuronic acid, D-(+)-glucuronate, D-(+)-glucuronic acid, D-glucuronate, GCU, Glucosiduronate, Glucosiduronic acid, Glucuronate, alpha-D-glucopyranuronic acid, alpha-D-glucuronic acid
- 610 a.k.a. Perry Mason - Season 1 is a tv season.
- 610 a.k.a. Benign mammary dysplasia: Benign breast disease is a common condition marked by benign changes in breast tissue. These changes may include irregular breast lumps or cysts, breast discomfort, sensitive nipples, and itching. These symptoms may change throughout the menstrual cycle and usually stop after menopause. Also called fibrocystic breast disease, fibrocystic breast changes, and mammary dysplasia.
- also known as Benign breast disease
- 610 a.k.a. hyperpolarization activated cyclic nucleotide-gated potassium channel 2 is a gene.
- also known as brain cyclic nucleotide gated channel 2
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