structural information

structural information

[′strək·chə·rəl ‚in·fər′mā·shən]
(computer science)
Information specifying the number of independently variable features or degrees of freedom of a pattern.
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For not yet (fully) investigated structures, they give partial structural information if available; for example replacing the complete Pearson symbol with t** (tetragonal) or cl* (cubic body-centered).
Because the object is very fragile but dense, undertaking non-invasive imaging analysis on Dingo provides structural information while ensuring there is no further damage, said Instrument Scientist Floriana Salvemini.
One of the most powerful diagnostic and analytical tools in chemistry and materials science, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) provides detailed structural information about a sample's molecular content and how it changes over time.
The technique is said to deliver molecular weight, molecular size and structural information, all of which are said to define the performance of many industrially important materials.
The Omnisec chromatography system from Malvern separates a sample by size of molecule and analyses it, delivering molecular weight, size and structural information of natural and synthetic polymers, proteins and other macromolecules.
The Rescan 700 helps surgeons to concentrate more on the surgical procedure, as the necessary structural information known from pre-operative OCTs is available all the time intraoperatively, it said.
This combines functional information from fluorescence microscopy with structural information from the SEM.
They begin with general remarks on the structure of complex materials, then go on to examine crystallographic analysis of complex materials, the method of total scattering and pair distribution function (PDF) analysis, total scattering experiments, data collection analysis, exacting structural information on the PDF, dynamics of the local structure, local structure of well-orderedcrystals and systems with competing interactions, defects in crystals and crystallograpically challenged materials, nanoparticle and clusters, local packing in molecular materials, and structures of amorphous materials.
In order to increase understanding and interaction with complex molecular structural information Dr.
Studies with evolving commercial polymers, such as polymethylmethacrylate (PM MA) and polylactic acid (PLA), show how the structural information revealed by measuring viscosity parameters enables researchers to intelligently modify polymer chain length and branching to meet precise goals.
Capable of generating molecular weight, molecular weight distribution and structural information in a single experiment, the HT-GPC produces an information-rich data stream for intelligent polymer engineering:' the company says.
The company's exploration in 2011 covers 8,715m of HQ-diameter diamond drilling in 34 holes largely for purposes of infilling geological and structural information within the Upper Fir deposit.

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