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katal in Medicine

katal kat·al (kāt'l)
Abbr. kat
A unit of measurement that expresses the activity of a catalyst in moles per second, such as the amount of an enzyme needed to transform one mole of substrate per second.

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  • He glanced across and saw that her eyes were sweeping past katal'halee to the small cabin.

    Before Egypt E. K. Jarvis
  • katal'halee and every soldier within range was also regarding him with interest.

    Before Egypt E. K. Jarvis
  • Standing above them, proud and erect in the face of death, stood the Princess katal'halee and Mike felt a touch of admiration.

    Before Egypt E. K. Jarvis
  • Sure, but I still can't figure how you convinced this katal babe they're responsible for the uprising.

    Before Egypt E. K. Jarvis
  • The katal Arayans were, in former times, owing to their social degradation, precluded from travelling along the public roads.

  • katal'halee's eyes turned on the pair with a venom that sent every drop of blood from their faces.

    Before Egypt E. K. Jarvis

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