nonpolar molecule

nonpolar molecule

[¦nän‚pō·lər ′mäl·ə‚kyül]
(physical chemistry)
A molecule with equal distribution of electrons among its atoms.
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Furthermore, since dyes molecules were insoluble, it is indicated that the EPS produced by the fungal myceliamight have a nonpolar molecule.
In the other words, the morphology of sea island can only increase the nonpolar molecule barrier and resistance property.
The possible reason may be that there are no strong intermolecular forces between DMSO and TMB because 1,3,5-TMB is a symmetrical nonpolar molecule.
The word hydrophobic literally means "water-fearing" and it describes the segregation of water and nonpolar substances, which allows maximizing hydrogen bonding between molecules of water and minimizing the area of contact between water and nonpolar molecules.
For these reasons, the solubility and diffusivity of nonpolar molecules such as mineral oils is low.
The energy liberated due to the interaction between polar and nonpolar molecules of protein with blood water at a certain temperature might be the origin of dipolar polarization.
The specific surface area of soils should preferably be measured by sorption of polar molecules, since nonpolar molecules, such as nitrogen gas ([N.
Naturally, polar molecules and nonpolar molecules would act differently with respect to electric fields.
It expands the range and classes of compounds that can be analyzed with LC/MS instruments, including nonpolar molecules, not easily ionized by either ESI or APCI, and by exhibiting less ion suppression than the other types of ionization sources.
APPI is an important complement to electrospray ionization (ESI) and atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) by expanding the range and classes of compounds that can be analyzed, including nonpolar molecules that are not easily ionized by ESI or APCI, and by exhibiting less ion suppression than these other sources.