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Why are ketone pathological conditions associated with vomiting?
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What is the medical term meaning high blood ketone levels?
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What is the difference between litmus strips and ketone strips?
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What is a saturated ketone?
A saturated ketone is one which has saturated alpha, beta carbons etc.. (by this I mean saturated with hydrogens, there are no double bonds). The opposite, a conjugated ketone, is one which has double bonds in its substituents or R groups (such as an aromatic ring system or alkene). For example, benzil is a conjugated ketone while acetone is a saturated ketone. Source: Organic Chemistry student
What are the Advantages and disadvantages of ketone?
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Ketoacidosis associated with diabetes mellitus is likely to produce what acid imbalance?
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What is ketonuria?
Ketonuria is a medical condition in which ketone bodies are present in the urine. The reasons are: Metabolic abnormalities such as diabetes Dietary conditions such as starvation, fasting, high protein, or low carbohydrate diets,and anorexia Conditions in which metabolism is increased, such as hyperthyroidism, fever, pregnancy or lactation
A ketone bears a negative charge on what atom of the carbonyl group?
How much does raspberry ketone cost?