molecular volume


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molecular volume

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′väl·yəm]
(chemistry)
The volume that is occupied by 1 mole (gram-molecular weight) of an element or compound; equals the molecular weight divided by the density.
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The maximal effective molecular volume of Xenopus vit A2 and human pS2 EREs varies with the ER-phytoestrogen complex present.
These differences in binding times and temperatures, and the fact that we used an E2S with an increased molecular volume instead of [sup.
S] values with increasing molecular volume of n-alkanes was observed, suggesting an inverse dependency of [K.
It is also observed that the sorption-coefficient values for both PU membranes increases with increasing molecular volume of penetrants, and the sequence is nonane > octane > heptane > hexane.
g] is the molecular volume that restrains all the translational motion of the gas molecule.
The molecular volume of the gas in the elastomer as a function of temperature [V.
This observation is assigned to the rate of desorption, which is affected by the molecular volume of the penetrating molecules and their volatility.
L], represents the interaction effect of gas molecules in the solution during dissolution process and the equilibrium molecular volume of a gas in the solution, [v.
Calculation of molecular volume, [DELTA]G, [DELTA]H, and [DELTA]S for polyalanine with 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50 residues (called a 2-50 sequence from here forward) resulting in the linear type structure.
The [DELTA]G, [DELTA]H, [DELTA]S, and molecular volume are then calculated for these peptide structures.
Nonassociative polymer -- Alkali-swellable emulsion (ASE) or HEC of comparable molecular volume to the HASE.
His publications dealt with topics in the fields of alkaloids, terpenes, steroids, amino-acids and peptides, carbohydrates, heterocyclic compounds, stereochemistry, conformational analysis, molecular volumes, ion mobilities, paper electrophoresis, dipole moments, electrostatic effects, acidity functions, acid-catalyzed reactions, solvent effects, and graph theory.

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