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Types of Crystals in Urine. Uric acid crystals invariably form in acidic urine, typically with a urine pH < 5.5. Uric acid is soluble in alkaline urine, preventing the precipitation of urate crystals
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Naming alkenes follows the same rules we discussed earlier for the IUPAC nomenclature rules for alkanes. There are two main differences you need to consider when naming alkenes: 1) The longest chain must include the π bond. 2) Change the suffix in the parent chain from “ane” to “ene”. The latest IUPAC recommendation is to place the locant before the suffix “ene.” However, both options are acceptable.
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Conn's syndrome mnemonic Hi. I keep forgetting that Conn's syndrome is hyperaldosteronism. Can you help me out with this? Sure! :D The N's are for sodium - Hypernatremia! The C makes a K for...
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