molecular structure

molecular structure

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′strək·chər]
(physical chemistry)
The manner in which electrons and nuclei interact to form a molecule, as elucidated by quantum mechanics and a study of molecular spectra.
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Where, at first, it absorbed all colors from the light but red, its molecular structure was so changed that it absorbed red and all colors except blue.
Raman spectroscopy is a light-based molecular spectroscopy technique that reveals chemical bonds and molecular structure. The in-situ combination of these techniques will enable scientists to develop a deeper understanding of how chemical structure drives material properties.
M2 PHARMA-June 26, 2018-Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin Study Reveals Consistency of Molecular Structure Maintained in Production
The objectives of this study were to determine FT/IR carbohydrate and lipid molecular structure in alfalfa hay cut at three SM (early bud, late bud, and early flower) and two CT (in afternoon and morning).
These defined topological indices are functioned as numerical descriptors of the molecular structure yielded from the corresponding chemical compound, and many engineering applications of it can be implemented in theoretical chemistry, especially in QSPR/QSAR study.
The characteristic properties exhibited by plastics are the direct result of the unique molecular structure of these materials.
A semi-empirical equation was proposed by Rogers and Mandelkern [8] to estimate the [T.sub.g] of polymers with similar molecular structures. According to this equation, the difference between the [T.sub.g] of two polymers with the same molecular structure is proportional to the volume difference of these two materials at the liquid state.
Emoto became worldfamous because of his pioneering and original research on the effect of words or emotions on the molecular structure of ordinary water.
The molecular structure chemically binds aluminum oxide with one end and adhesive with the other end.
Yucaipa, CA, September 23, 2014 --(PR.com)-- California-based company Gun-Werkz is offering a new non-toxic and biodegradable gun cleaner that utilizes a unique molecular structure to increase its effectiveness for cleaning and rust prevention.
Available as standalone units, or as part of a fully integrated Viscotek multi-detection GPC/SEC system, the company's GPC/SEC detectors provide highly accurate analysis of polymer .and protein macromolecular features, such as molecular weight, and combine to offer advanced insight in to molecular structure. GPC/SEC is a central analytical technique for protein and polymer analysis because of its ability to measure defining characteristics.
Beta blockers were the first class of drugs to be rationally designed based on molecular structure. Previously drugs came to light more or less through accidental discoveries.

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