chain structure

chain structure

[′chān ‚strək·chər]
(solid-state physics)
A crystalline structure in which forces between atoms in one direction are greater than those in other directions, so that the atoms are concentrated in chains.
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The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
The report provides a basic overview of the industry, including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
The reason of this phenomenon might be attributed to the different macromolecular chain structure among these three grades of polyethylene resins.
Washington, April 8 (ANI): Scientists at the University of Liverpool, UK, have discovered a five-sided ice chain structure that could be used to form clouds in the atmosphere and modify future weather patterns.
It is described as unique because it is a homopolymer, has semiaromatic cores, and has a longer (nine-carbon) hydrocarbon chain structure than other high-temperature nylons, which are based on PA6T (six-carbon) structures.
MacDonald created a 200-person team to analyze and reorganize VF's supply chain structure.
Although definitions vary, supply chain structure is often considered to represent the organizational efforts by three or more firms to manage and integrate material and related information flows in order to get closer to customers.
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Washington, March 9 (ANI): An international team of scientists has discovered a novel one dimensional ice chain structure built from pentagons that may prove to be a step toward the development of new materials which can be used to seed clouds and cause rain.
During the drawing process, a folded chain structure transformed into an extended-chain in the fiber, the density of the fibers increased, and the dimensions of the orthorhombic crystallite size tended towards a narrow distribution simultaneously with the increasing draw ratio.
These factors have allowed the exploitation of low labor costs - which are not in themselves new - and led to massive geographical changes in supply chain structure and global manufacturing networks.
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