molecular theory

molecular theory

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′thē·ə·rē]
(statistical mechanics)
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Catalysis by transition metal sulphides; from molecular theory to industrial application.
In attempts to work with aged glasses, for example, people have examined amber," Juan de Pablo, UChicago's Liew Family Professor in Molecular Theory and Simulations said.
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Again, molecular theory has been applied to describe a subset of entanglement theory that accounts for long chain branching.
The explanation of the critical state was only the first step taken by van der Waals to develop a molecular theory of liquids.
Merz did post-doctoral work in applied molecular theory and macromolecular structure and dynamics at Cornell University and University of California, San Francisco, respectively.
First, to extend the molecular theory described above, and second, to compare the results with those of the phenomenological theory.
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Several review articles and books are available that discuss the molecular theory of polymer viscoelasticity in both the linear and non-linear flow regimes (ref.
Volume 1 presents first fundamental principles of the rheology of polymeric fluid including kinematics and stresses of a deformable body, the continuum theory for the viscoelasticity of flexible homogeneous polymeric liquids, the molecular theory for the viscoelasticity of flexible homogeneous polymeric liquids, and the experimental methods for the measurement of the rheological properties of poylmeric liquids.
Slaters famous Solid-State and Molecular Theory Group at MIT; and in 1960 spent a year as Associate Director of P.

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