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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While, smaller bond angle were results from shorter phosphate linkages or smaller metal cation size [6].
In these polymers, the deformation modes of a molecular chain are both bond stretching and bond angle bending which have high force constants.
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.
Bond Angle Dihedral Van der tot] Waals Vacuum phase 1.
A 3-D viewer window shows the continuous rotation about the x, y and z axes, and enables the calculation of bond angle and length, as well as torsion angle.
There was an accompanying distortion of the exocyclic angles at C(1A) with the C(2A)-C(1A)-O(1A) bond angle of.
angle] is the bond energy due to bond angle variation [DELTA][theta].
Stress induced in each bond of the fiber model as a result of stretching, bending, and twisting deformation can be formulated using displacement of the bond distance, bond angle, and torsion angle for each pair of spheres, respectively.