bond distance


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bond distance

[′bänd ‚dis·təns]
(physical chemistry)
The distance separating the two nuclei of two atoms bonded to each other in a molecule. Also known as bond length.
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ii) H (6) of chitosan is linked with O (13) of AA with the bond distance of 1.
i) LYS (12) H2 of type-I collagen is linked with O (6) of AA with the bond distance of 2.
ii) LYS (12) H2 of type-I collagen is linked with O (7) of AA with the bond distance of 1.
iii) LYS (12) H3 of type-I collagen is linked with O (12) of AA with the bond distance of 1.
Each pair of adjacent spheres is bonded, and can stretch, bend, and twist by changing the bond distance, bond angle, and torsion angle, respectively.
s], in proportion to displacement r of the bond distance between adjacent spheres is exerted on each sphere to recover the equilibrium distance,
If the stretching strength of the fiber is [Mathematical Expression Omitted], the occurrence of fiber fracture can be defined as the moment when displacement of the bond distance between adjacent spheres equals the following value:
The difference in siting is attributed to the difference in Ge-O bond distances and Ge- O-Al flexibility in comparison to those in aluminosilicates.
2] bond distances utilizing a large Dunning basis set.