ortho Sol makes precision screws for the most delicate of construction projects: spinal fusion.
Mr. Tal- mage, true to the fawning, cringing spirit of ortho- doxy, lauds the living queen and cruelly maligns the genius dead.
No; ordinary commercial Litho film or ortho film that are generally available from large companies.
If they are side by side (called the ortho position) we have an oil with the odor of meadowsweet.
The influence of position of an alkyl in the aromatic bodies is well shown in ortho-, para- and meta-derivatives.
The ortho- and para-nitro-benzoic acids can be obtained by oxidizing ortho-and para-nitro-cinnamic acids.
This change only occurs when the halogen atom is in the ortho- or para- position to the -N2- group.
The ortho molecules rotate with odd rotational quantum numbers, while the para molecules rotate with even quantum numbers.
before vowels orth-, word-forming element meaning "straight, upright, rectangular, regular; true, correct, proper," now mostly in scientific and technical compounds, from Greek ortho-, stem of orthos "straight, true, correct, regular," from PIE *eredh- "high" (cf. Sanskrit urdhvah "high, lofty, steep," Latin arduus "high, steep," Old Irish ard "high").
ortho- or orth-
Straight; upright; vertical: orthotropic.
Correct; correction: orthopsychiatry.
Hydrated form of an acid or of its salts: orthoboric acid.
Diatomic molecules in which the nuclei have the same direction of spin: orthohydrogen.
Abbr. o- Of or relating to one of three possible isomers of a benzene ring with adjacent carbon atoms having attached chemical groups. Usually used in italic: ortho-dibromobenzene.