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condensed phase

[kən′denst ‚fāz]
(physical chemistry)
Either the solid or liquid phase of a material.
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Thus according to this approach, the surface energy of any condensed phase is resolved in to three components namely [[?
In addition, The Telluride Summer Research Center, established in the mid-1980s, conducts high level science workshops in such areas as condensed phase dynamics, intramolecular dynamics, and certain manganites.
In the condensed phase, phosphorus can act as a char former or as a glassy phosphate layer," Green says.
The first volume deals with the gas and condensed phase, while volume two looks at interfaces and biomolecules and materials.
The mechanism of this flame retardant is usually considered that the produced phosphoric acids from the decomposed CPZ accelerate the char formation in the condensed phase, and simultaneously the released nitrogenous gases dilute the combustible volatiles, as well as possible N-P interaction produces the macromolecular products [(P-N).
This proposal will develop new liquid crystalline iridium(III) complexes with improved emission quantum yield in condensed phase and highly polarized emission.
Coarse-graining of condensed phase and biomolecular systems.
1 to 30 THz) span the range of low-energy excitations in electronic materials, low-frequency vibrational modes of condensed phase media, and vibrational and rotational transitions in molecules.
Phosphorus compounds generally work in the condensed phase, affecting char formation, and absorb heat energy endothermically.
Carty, "Introduction: Polymer Combustion, Condensed Phase Pyrolysis and Smoke Formation," in Fire Retardant Materials, A.

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