The calculated inter-atomic bond lengths di (i= 1 to 14) and dihedral angles
[[theta].sub.i], (i= 1 to 3) (Figure 3), and their optimized values are summarized in Table 1 and Table 2 respectively.
Figure 1: Dihedral angle
(the angle formed by the plane created by atoms A, B, and C, and the plane created by atoms B, C, and D)
Caption: Figure 3: Relation diagram between dihedral angle
and pose angle.
The dihedral angle
between the PLP pyridine ring and Schiff-base linkage bond with Lys216 (internal dihedral angle
) in the ToCDS GD structure got wider than that in the ToCDS NAT structure by almost 20[degrees] (Figure 6 and Table 2).
The dihedral angle
[omega]3, which is used for the definition of the carbon carbonyl pyramidalization (see Methods), is defined by the atoms OC[N.sup.+1][C.sup.[alpha]+1].
A Coxeter polytope is a convex polytope of [X.sup.d] such that any dihedral angle
is of the form [pi]/k with k not necessarily constant.
You'll find the dihedral angle
is usually greater on low-wing aircraft than on otherwise-similar high-wing aircraft.
If [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are adjacent facets of P incident to [upsilon], then the Euclidean dihedral angle
between [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is equal to the hyperbolic dihedral angle
between the supporting hyperplanes [B.sub.1] and [B.sub.2] in [H.sup.3] (cf.
When dispensing such lenses the monocular pupillary distance (PD) and the face form angle (dihedral angle
) are required to ensure exact centration.
Fiberglass-reinforced nylon blade with aggressive dihedral angle
for easier pull through the water, Adjustable length for high and low seat positions, Fiberglass shaft, two-piece model.
Schein developed a way of measuring warpedness, called the dihedral angle
These angles formed between lines of the same faces referred to as dihedral angle
discrepancies means that, according to Schein and Gayed, the shape is no longer a polyhedron.