intermolecular force

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intermolecular force

[‚in·tər·mə′lek·yə·lər ′fōrs]
(physical chemistry)
The force between two molecules; it is that negative gradient of the potential energy between the interacting molecules, if energy is a function of the distance between the centers of the molecules.
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H-bonding is a key component governing intermolecular interactions, Particularly for biologically important molecules.
During the protein aggregation, different processes such as conformational changes, intermolecular interactions, and solvent interactions are involved.
It tries to predict predominate intermolecular interactions between ligands and the target macromolecules with known (or predicted) three-dimensional structures.
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Differently from the Hertz model, this theory considers also the intermolecular interactions between the sphere and the plane.
These strong intermolecular interactions within the crystal may also promote quicker relaxation of reactive excited states, contributing to light stability.
And at the same time it is clear that each of factors-both natural morphology, and an arrangement of macromolecules in the educations thinnest the fibrillar, and conformation of macromolecules in various structural modifications, and conformation of its elementary links in an environment of various environments, and ways by which are carried out inside - and intermolecular interactions,-all this can have impact on reactionary ability of cellulose [6].
The intermolecular interactions in solutions of the higher-molecular compounds may occur between adjacent molecules as well as between the individual links of the same molecules by means of hydrogen bonds.
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The different energy and charge of the distributed and non-distributed electrons could explain the origin of the mentioned intermolecular interactions.

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