molecular structure


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molecular structure

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′strək·chər]
(physical chemistry)
The manner in which electrons and nuclei interact to form a molecule, as elucidated by quantum mechanics and a study of molecular spectra.
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Furthermore, this unique molecular structure also makes Gun-Werkz products natural corrosion inhibitors, giving them rust preventative properties.
I wanted to extract sort of the feeling and sense of blood and semen from molecular structures, so that's where [the rumours] came from.
The three-dimensional molecular structure of the new agent, however, prevents changes in quality caused by hydrolysis.
When al-Biruni asked this question in a letter to Ibn Sina almost a thousand years ago, he did not have the tools now used to study molecular structures, hence he did not know that in a water molecule, two atoms of hydrogen are attached to one atom of oxygen at an angle of 104.
7], where the molecular structure and triclinic crystal structure were solved without any prior crystallographic information by direct methods.
In rapid prototyping according to current practice, the polymeric material is one that has low molecular weight, little or no cross linking, and few (if any) active functional groups in its molecular structure.
The novel molecular structure of the new Novus polymers is the result of years of extensive research in the unique molecule design laboratories at our corporate R&D center.
As the publishers state, this book will help to provide an understanding of the molecular structure and interactions between proteins and other food components.
Authored by a founding father of computational chemistry, Molecular Structure broadens the scope of the subject by serving as a pioneering guide for workers in the fields of organic, biological, and computational chemistry, as they explore new possibilities to advance their discoveries.
Their research demonstrates for the first time the exact molecular structure of the proteins, which enable bacterial cells to transfer electrical charge.
By developing Zetpol 3310 and 4310, the company is said to have taken low temperature performance to the next level, using innovative terpolymer technology with precise control of molecular structure.
Also published quarterly, "Food Biophysics" publishes physical and chemical studies of food structure, properties and functions, and their relationship to the molecular structure and properties Of food materials.

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