molecular cluster

molecular cluster

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′kləs·tər]
(physical chemistry)
An assembly of molecules that are weakly bound together and display properties intermediate between those of isolated gas-phase molecules and bulk condensed media.
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RNNT instead derives the critical cluster size from dissociation and condensation rates at the surface of a molecular cluster.
This book is intended as an introduction to aspects of molecular cluster magnets, specifically new developments in the field of molecular nanomagnetism.
Metallo-carbohedrenes, a stable buckyball-like molecular cluster, hold promise as chemical catalysts and superconductors.
In this report, a cluster refers to a molecular cluster of multiple outbreaks, not an epidemiologic cluster of patients in 1 outbreak.
2], corresponds to the translational diffusion of the molecular cluster with the self-diffusion coefficient [D.
Standards should be developed to conduct these investigations, including mechanisms to inform concerned national authorities when a molecular cluster is detected and a method for linking epidemiologic and genotyping data at the European level.
The Cornell-Cambridge group investigated a set of molecular cluster compounds that consist of a clump of osmium atoms surrounded by a protective sheath of carbon monoxide molecules.
For the Saxon center for visualization of biochemical processes at the cellular level (ProVis center), we intend to obtain a secondary ion mass spectrometer with molecular cluster ion probes.
Secondary ion mass spectrometer (TOFSIMS) with cluster ion probes : for high-resolution 3D visualization of molecular order : in microbial biofilms : For the Saxon center for visualization of biochemical processes at the cellular level (ProVis center), we intend to obtain a secondary ion mass spectrometer with molecular cluster ion probes.
in this erc project i will develop novel innovative cooperative catalysts using interdisciplinary chemical systems based on main group elements, Transition metals and molecular clusters to achieve better efficiency and improve chemical scope and sustainability of key chemical transformations.
The researchers examined the six most common forms of glioma--brain tumors--and found significant molecular differences, enabling them to be grouped into three distinct molecular clusters of lower-grade gliomas.
False molecular clusters can arise from reactivation of latent infection acquired in the distant past, limited strain variation over long periods, or lengthy stability of MIRU-VNTR markers (5).

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