monomeric unit

monomeric unit

[‚män·ə¦mer·ik ′yü·nət]
(organic chemistry)
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In order to optimize a living anionic system to maximize the efficiency of a given post-polymerization linking reaction, several factors must be considered including the nature of the coordinating cation, the polar environment, the monomeric unit at the propagating chain end, and the molar stoichiometry of the linking agent to chain end concentration.
Prior methods for linking a label to a nucleotide probe have generally utilized a single label attached to a nucleosidic monomeric unit, and then incorporating one or more of the nucleosidic monomeric units into the probe.
1] weakens slightly because the polycondensation of nitrile groups occurs in the monomeric unit of AN.
u] the molecular weight of the monomeric unit, and R is the gas constant.
5 is the number of branching points per monomeric unit in the total polymer population that includes both sol and gel, while the branching density [[rho].
Another feature of chiral compounds as guests in a liquid crystalline host is the helical twisting power (HTP)[Beta] of the chiral monomeric unit (7, 9), which is defined as
These polymers must have 10 or more monomeric units, and it's up to national authorities on whether to include those with 3-9 monomeric units.
To this end, our lab synthesizes therapeutic contact lenses by altering the ratio of monomeric units to a template drug in a silicone hydrogel contact lens to control the release rate of Timolol.
The procyanidins are classified as Types A, B or C based on linkage between successive monomeric units.
Moreover, based on the X-ray scattering and relaxation spectroscopy data it was found that alkyl groups of different monomeric units aggregate in the melt and form self-assembled alkyl nanodomains with a typical size of 0.
The contents of the individual monomeric units are variable so there are many possible repeating units with different styrene contents.
Since the proanthocyanidins are formed from the condensation of monomeric units of catechin or epicatechin, they differ in their position and configuration of their monomeric linkage.