dendron


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dendron

[′den‚drän]
(organic chemistry)
(anatomy)
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In the case of the copolymers obtained by chemical modification of PECH with the same dendron, the unit cell had dimensions in the same range, but it was found that the number of dendrons contained in a unit cell ranged between 3 and 6, with a tilt angle comprised between 23[degrees] and 45[degrees] (36).
Name Origin: From the Greek words leukos (white) and dendron (tree), referring to its silvery foliage.
In Axon Dendron Tree, Kelly's network of correspondences suggested a profound interplay between images and physical structures; by surrendering the notion of an abstract, authorial self, the poet could immerse himself fully in the Heraclitean flux and - in Kelly's gnosis - become the embodiment of cosmic process.
Martius (1794-1868), botanico y explorador germano e inspirador de la Flora Brasiliensis, y del griego dendron =arbol.
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Stupp and his Northwestern coworkers Eli Sone and Eugene Zubarev made the templates for the cadmium sulfide helices from molecules dubbed dendron rodcoils.
After leaving her job at a global IT company, she studied garden design in Chelsea, London and founded the garden design label Dendron Exterior Design (www.
In 1980, Tomalia synthesized the first dendrimer molecule, its name derived from the Greek dendron, or tree.