bond angle


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bond angle

[′bänd ‚aŋ·gəl]
(physical chemistry)
The angle between bonds sharing a common atom. Also known as valence angle.
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However, developers have taken the bond angle a step further, tapping into the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange in Israel for big sums--affectionately known as the "real estate financing land of milk and honey.
While, smaller bond angle were results from shorter phosphate linkages or smaller metal cation size [6].
On the other hand, the bond angle [angle]X-Al-Y (Y = O, NH, and S) varies slightly in going from Al[X.
Typically, the Si=Si double bond distance and the SiSiSi bond angle of trisilaallene 34a are 2.
This paper discusses the tetrahedral bond angle and other related issues.
In these polymers, the deformation modes of a molecular chain are both bond stretching and bond angle bending which have high force constants.
It comprises only a single band because all of the bonds in the crystal have the same bond angle and bond strength-resulting in a single vibrational frequency.
5[degrees], instead of a tetrahedral geometrical structure in which the bond angle of H--O--H would have been 109.
A carbon nanotube is a frame-like structure, with characteristic bond length and bond angle.
As for the O-H- * O bond angle, it deviates only slightly from linearity in ordinary ice, or ice Ih [1; p.
O2 and O3A (nitro oxygens of symmetry-related phenolates) were found above and below the central plane with a bond angle of 178.
463(6) Table 2: Bond Angle [Degree] with estimated standard deviation in parenthesis for THIRAM C (1)-S (2)-S(3) 104.