|NOUN || lability | labilities |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Side effects that are observed less often may include emotional lability, weight gain, headache, and acne.
- The rapid ligand redistribution is characteristic of the kinetic lability of octahedral nickel(II) complexes.
- Hans Eysenck's Theory of Emotionality (emotional lability, neuroticism), which was generally accepted at that time, was critically tested in a number of experimental and clinical studies.
- Due to the chemical lability of PRA, which has a half-life of 38 seconds at pH 7.5 and 37 °C, researchers have suggested that the compound is channeled from Amidophosphoribosyltransferase to GAR synthetase "in vivo".
- Dysfunction of this circuit often results in personality change including behavioral disinhibition, emotional lability, aggressive outbursts, poor judgment, and lack of interpersonal sensitivity.
- The main reactivity associated with chromocene follow from it being highly reducing and the lability of the Cp ligands.
- The pseudobulbar affect, also referred to as emotional lability, should not be confused with labile mood or labile emotions that stem from emotional instability – affective dysregulation – commonly seen in mental illnesses and certain personality disorders.
- (1998) In addition to an obsessive–compulsive or tic disorder diagnosis, children may have other symptoms associated with exacerbations such as emotional lability, enuresis, anxiety, and deterioration in handwriting.
- Children who display a high degree of emotional lability generally have low frustration tolerance and frequent crying spells or tantrums.
- The presence of a concussion or skull fracture in people after trauma without intracranial hemorrhage or focal neurologic deficits was indicated in long term cognitive impairments and emotional lability at nearly double the rate as those patients without either complication.
- Chronic overdose also causes an increased lability of biological membranes and of the outer layer of the skin to peel.
- In the early 1930s the lability of adenosine was documented and the synthesis of more stable analogues began.
- The essence of "Pore Engineering" is by controlling the assembly procedure of frameworks, taking advantage of the tunable lability of coordination and dynamic covalent bonds, to make functionalized hierarchical structures from microporous to mesoporous level and beyond.
- By "emotional lability", the paper alluded in particular to suicidal thoughts and behaviour.
- Reflecting the lability of its ligands, the complex does not tolerate recrystallization.
- Because of its lability when removed from a hydrogen atmosphere, it has no uses as a structural material.
- The words also appear to be gaining traction in common usage as colloquialisms meaning emotional lability over trivial events or circumstances.
- Upon stirring in benzene solution, RhCl(PPh3)3 converts to the poorly soluble red-colored dimer [...]2. This conversion further demonstrates the lability of the triphenylphosphine ligands.
- Behavioral, developmental and other anomalies often include: hypersexuality, perceptual hypersensitivity, emotional lability (mood swings), hyperaggressive behavior; hypertelorism (widely-set eyes), optical strabismus (misalignment) and myopia.
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