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See Using Common Options for an overview of the most useful widget options.
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Achiral de nition, 1, 8 Aconitic acid, 12 Acrolein BF3 a nity, 123 PA, 123 Acrylonitrile, 101 Activation energies . H H H H, 149 . H3 C H H CH3 , 149 negative, 148 . RO H H OR . RS H H SR, 149 Acyl hydrolysis, 105 Acylnitrenium ions, 120 Acyloxy radicals, 112 Adamantanones, 279, 280 2-Adamantyl cation, 280 Adenine, 138 Agostic interaction, 191 Alane (AlH3 ), 278 complex with amines, 305 Alcohols from carbocations, 107 . reaction with RO , 149 Aldehydes reduction by metal hydrides, 278 Alkenes, 98 104 electrophilic additions, 98 99 325
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How do you bring your extensively customized menus from prior releases into the new menu system for 2006 It s easy, because AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT take care of this for you. To convert your MNU or MNS files to CUI files, open the Customize User Interface dialog box and click the Transfer tab. From the Customizations in New CUI File drop-down list, choose Open. Select the menu file and click Open. You now see the file, with the same name as before, but with a .cui file name extension. You still need to load the file, as explained earlier in this chapter. You might want to continue to work with your MNU and MNS files if you are in an office that uses more than one version of AutoCAD, and everyone needs to share the same file. In that case, use the MENU command to open the Select Customization File dialog box. Choose Legacy Menu Template (*.mnu) or Legacy Menu File (*.mns) from the Files of Type drop-down list.
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AutoCAD LT does not offer any rendering features. This entire chapter applies only to AutoCAD.
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compound con rmed, the sample data can then be led into a training set to generate a calibration for subsequent predictions. To form a usable training set, the samples should evenly span the concentration range for the analyte of interest or the expected variations in quality. An obvious pitfall is to develop calibrations that only use sample sets with uneven constituent distributions or too narrow variations of the attribute of interest. In that case the model will most closely t the dominating samples in the calibration set. The calibration will be highly weighted to the mean value and behave poorly against variations in further samples. Conversely, an ideally evenly distributed calibration set will weight the calibration model equally across the entire concentration range. A properly developed calibration model of this kind will perform most accurately with samples at high and low concentrations. Despite these sampling issues, which are important for NIR spectroscopists in the pharmaceutical industry, the potential of NIR applications remains intact. NIR is rapid and nondestructive, requiring little or no sample preparation. It can monitor concentrations of several chemical species and physical parameters simultaneously. Its speed and ease are a major bonus in many analytical or monitoring processes. All types of materials are concerned, from solid or liquid raw materials (e.g., excipients), active pharmaceutical ingredients (API), intermediate synthesis products, intermediate formulations in the form of powders, slurries, granulates, or pellets, up to nal dosage forms such as capsules, tablets, or lyophilized substances. NIR measurements can be performed in close or direct contact with the sample, in both the laboratory or directly online or inline in the production plant, in order to obtain analytical information rapidly and save time. Transmittance measurements have become an alternative to the conventional re ectance spectroscopy of pharmaceuticals. The important difference is that transmittance NIR samples a volume, whereas re ectance NIR merely samples the surface of solid samples. This has the advantage of more representative values for less homogenous samples like tablets or capsules. On the other hand, more attention has to be paid to sample presentation with respect to stray light and light scattering. Traditionally, pharmaceutical excipients have been characterized in the laboratory by viscosity, pH in dispersion/solution, water content, ash content, constituent amounts, particle size, and so on. In reality, there are also other subtle properties that are not covered by these parameters but that nevertheless affect the properties of a drug formulation. Many of these variations can be extracted from NIR re ectance spectra in addition to identity testing by other methods (Figure 22). The raw material spectra and results from other analytical methods can then be combined to predict the impact of raw material quality variations on nal batch quality. This conformity test by NIR can be achieved by recording numerous raw material batches of known quality and calculating an envelope of acceptability around the mean spectrum. Conform raw material is only quali ed when it lies within the threshold values of the envelope at each wavelength. This test would fail poor materials with high impurities and high water levels. Most pharmaceutical production is performed in batches, both when synthesizing active compounds and manufacturing pharmaceutical formulations. NIR can measure the nal state in batch production in terms of spectral similarity, using SIMCA, spectral correlation, or spectral distance. Individual batch development can also be monitored using PCA. Several parameters of the same product can be
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4. At the Select object to extend or shift-select to trim or [Fence/Crossing/ Project/Edge/Undo]: prompt, pick the line at 2 in Figure 10-20. Press Enter to finish selecting objects. The command extends the line. 5. Repeat the EXTEND command. At the Select objects or <select all>: prompt, pick the lines at 3 and 4 in Figure 10-20 and then press Enter. 6. At the Select object to extend or shift-select to trim or [Fence/Crossing/ Project/Edge/Undo]: prompt, right-click and choose Edge. Right-click and choose Extend at the Extend/No extend <No extend>: prompt.
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