The lack of any strong intermolecular bond
functionality means that the molecular packing in chlorothalonil is controlled primarily by weak C[equivalent to]N .
From this study one may conclude that the strength of intermolecular bond
formed between the ortho and para substitute of aniline and 1-octanol is shown that the tendency of complex formation is relatively more in para substitute than that of ortho substitute of anilines.
2+] to DNA to explain why the swelling experiments show this ligand as increasing the intermolecular bond
strength between the DNA double helices, while netropsin decreases this degree of stabilization.
Using the optical tweezers, scientists can measure the force required to break up intermolecular bonds
among the signaling molecules inside the body, allowing them gauge the effects of gene mutations in patients.
Specifically, the relatively high molecular weight and long polymer chain length result in entanglement, and the lack of covalent intermolecular bonds
facilitates polymer chain mobility.
However, it has been only recently that this behaviour has been systematically exploited to create intermolecular bonds
Starch gelatinization is the process in which the intermolecular bonds
within the starch molecule are broken down in the presence of water and heat; the starch grains are irreversibly dissolved.
EZ Flow works to alter intermolecular bonds
and all of its ingredients are sourced from oil and gas reservoirs.
The increase in the amount of free radicals will provide for a better interaction with the surface of stone materials, and may also contribute to the formation of intermolecular bonds
The density of intermolecular bonds
(mainly hydrogen bonds) within crystallites is large.
This quantifies the disruption of intermolecular bonds
that occur when a surface is created.
The shifting of the free amino and the polysaccharide bands of CS suggested that intermolecular bonds
between CS and PEG had occurred.