bimolecular


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bimolecular

[¦bī·mə′lek·yə·lər]
(chemistry)
Referring to two molecules.
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With the aid of the new scale and the computational fluid dynamics method, the influences of four critical factors on indoor gas phase chemical reactions were discussed for the bimolecular reaction, including indoor airflow pattern, outdoor airflow and outdoor air quality for ventilation, and source intensity of reactant.
CTCs can be more specifically targeted with a bimolecular surface consisting of both selectin molecules to induce slow-rolling and CTC-specific antibodies.
The synthesis route involved a bimolecular substitution by primary amine nucleophilic attack on the sulfonyl chloride group.
Assuming termination reactions are bimolecular reactions that do not involve the monomeri (i.
Their topics include the structure and dynamics of solvated electrons, a history of pulse-radiolysis time-resolved microwave conductivity studies, chemical processes in heavy ion tracks, ultrafast pulse radiolysis methods, pulse radiolysis in supercritical krypton and xenon fluids, radiation-induced processes at solid-liquid interfaces, femtosecond events in bimolecular free electron transfer, the chemistry of sulfur-centered radicals, indirect effects of radiation-induced DNA damage, and radiation chemistry applied to antioxidant research.
They also involve in the transport of energy and their derivatives include many important bimolecular that play key roles in the immune system, fertilization, pathogenesis, blood clotting, and development.
However, a team at the School of Pharmacy and Bimolecular Sciences is continuing its own area of research into the damaging effects of this drug.
Raghavan and Srinivasan justified [19] the model given in Scheme 3 to the bimolecular reaction under investigation considering the arguments put forward.
The bimolecular NMRP of styrene using 2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-1-piperidinyloxy (TEMPO) as controller and dibenzoyl peroxide (BPO) as initiator was first studied by the group of Georges et al.
Palonosetron exhibits allosteric binding and positive cooperativity, unlike granisetron and ondansetron which exhibit simple bimolecular binding and no cooperativity.
Biogenetics and bimolecular sciences account for 77% of the region's biotech activity, and biological food processing represents 10% Brussels, the smallest region of the three, has 18 biotech R&D companies, three universities and 2,680 life science researchers.