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dendron

[′den‚drän]
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The former 2[theta] value corresponded to the [d.sub.100] plane of a columnar phase and allowed to calculate the dimensions of the unit cell, while the latter corresponded to [d.sub.001] plane and could be referred to the distance between dendrons (36).
Recently, Peng's group synthesized an amphiphilic dendrimer molecule bearing a hydrophobic alkyl chain and a hydrophilic PAMAM dendron with eight terminal primary amines.
Roddy added: ``Peter put out a compilation called Rock Mess Monsters that my old band The Dendrons were on and it seemed only fair that I go to him to put this new CD out.'' He plays a series of gigs in the coming weeks including Glasgow Barfly, supporting Mark Browning on October 17, London's 93 Feet East on October 20 and, as part of the Musicworks festival, returns to the Barfly on October 31.
The unique architectural feature of dendrimers and dendrons makes them also ideal for the construction of cross-linked covalent gels, and for the self-assembled noncovalent gels [57].
The Finger Dendrons from Cork won the first heat of the Bacardi/Hot Press Unplugged regional final in the city's College Bar.
Kush, The Dendrons, Driveblind, Zuba, The Roughness, Babacool
The Lori Swann band and the Martin McGhee band will be up against locals Novina, The Jenny McNamara Band and the Finger Dendrons.
Though it's still a week or two away from bloom in my colder conditions, it can always be relied on to be one of the earliest rhodo- dendrons to appear.
The eight-acre island, reached by a footbridge along the north bank of the River Tweed, has masses of rhodo- dendrons and natural woodland, and the owners also have trout fighing rights.