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- Maternal and fetal blood cells may mix during an amniocentesis and, as a result, patients with rhesus (RhD) negative blood types carrying a RhD positive fetus are at risk of Rh sensitization.
- The structure of rhodium(II) acetate features a pair of rhodium atoms, each with octahedral molecular geometry, defined by four acetate oxygen atoms, water, and a Rh–Rh bond of length 2.39 Å.
- Chemical analysis related to the process of purifying platinum led Wollaston to discover the elements palladium (symbol Pd) in 1802 and rhodium (symbol Rh) in 1804.
- Natural alloys also occur in the systems Ir-Os-Rh, Os-Ir-Pt, Ru-Ir-Pt, Ir-Ru-Rh and Pd-Ir-Pt. Names used in these systems have included platiniridium (or platinian iridium) and iridrhodruthenium.
- A Sufi shrine is in the city, built over the grave of a revered religious figure of Hazrat Khwaja Shamsuddin Gazi(rh).
- The second was found in "Nitrosomonas europaea", where the rh1 gene is present which encodes an Rh-type ammonia carrier.
- In addition, to prevent Rh disease after the procedure, all rhesus D negative pregnant women are offered an intramuscular injection of anti-Rh antibodies (Rho(D) immune globulin).
- Landis's research focuses on the asymmetric hydroformylation (AHF) of alkenes and alkynes through rhodium-based (Rh) catalysts with phosphine ligands.
- In 1980, Gorman shared the Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award for pioneering work on the rhesus blood group system, the role of rhesus D antibodies in the causation of Rh disease and the apparently paradoxical prevention of Rh disease using the Rh antibodies themselves, in the form of Rho(D) immune globulin, as treatment.
- Freda (16 December 1927 – 7 May 2003) was an American obstetrician who shared the 1980 Lasker-DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award for pioneering work on the rhesus blood group system, the role of rhesus D antibodies in the causation of Rh disease and the prevention of Rh disease.
- Carbonylation affords rhodium carbonyl chloride. Treatment with acetylacetone and aqueous KOH gives Rh(acac)(C2H4)2.
- Rh disease (also known as rhesus isoimmunization, Rh (D) disease, and blue baby disease) is a type of hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn (HDFN).
- Similar to Cu(I) chemistry mentioned above, Rh(I) complexes can also transmetallate with arylboronic esters to get aryl rhodium intermediates, to which CO2 is inserted giving carboxylic acids.
- Rhodium is usually supplied commercially in the Rh(III) oxidation state, the main starting reagent being hydrated rhodium trichloride.
- In some cases a limited soft mutation takes place. This differs from the full soft mutation in that words beginning with "rh" and "ll" do not mutate.
- In 2009, he was suspended by the IAAF for 2 years for a doping offence involving the drug rh-EPO.
- Rhodium(III) sulfide is the inorganic compound with the formula Rh2S3.
- In polytonic orthography, a rho at the beginning of a word is written with a rough breathing, equivalent to "h" ([...] "rh"), and a double rho within a word is written with a smooth breathing over the first rho and a rough breathing over the second ([...] "rrh").
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