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nonpolar

[¦nän′pō·lər]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to an element or compound which has no permanent electric dipole moment.
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Phytochemical analysis revealed that the four taxa show a very diverse chemical profile of terpenoids (vanillin-positive, nonpolar compounds) and a few UV-active, polar compounds (coumarins, phenylpropanoids, flavonoids).
SSBR2003 was prepared in a nonpolar solution, without any polar regulators.
Spend the time modeling alternative protein shape by changing the solution into a nonpolar solution (students would isolate the polar "R" groups within the tertiary protein).
Sampling soil and groundwater;Sample shipments;Analysis of soil and groundwater nonpolar and polar explosives and compounds (salts, heavy metals, chlorinated hydrocarbons, BTX, LAGA, DepV).
In addition to using the appropriate pertraction apparatus for the separation of nonvolatile compounds, it is necessary to use suitable nonpolar or polar solvents according to the physical properties of the polymer membrane, solvent, and dissolved mixture that should be separated.
Highly polar solvents such as alcohols and glycol ethers have low resistances, and nonpolar solvents such as hydrocarbons have very high resistances.
has developed novel, patented technologies that encapsulate nonpolar compounds that dissolve clearer, shelf stable and safe.
This type of nonpolar plastic material mandatorily requires pretreatment to allow for the adhesion of the PUR foam.
Nonpolar PE and PP are "invisible" to RF energy unless modified with large amounts of polar additives like EVA, which add cost and negatively affect product properties and processability.
This patent describes a new family of catalysts that are very active in both the homopolymerization and copolymerization of unsaturated monomers, including nonpolar and polar olefinic monomers.
Due to this, the application of dithiophosphates will always have some effect in polar and nonpolar systems.