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mesomerism

[mə′säm·ə‚riz·əm]
(electricity)
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The synchronomorial type of growth is characteristic of mesomeric unnamed plates, positioned on the periphery of dorsal and ventral plates and often rooted (fused) with them (Halstead Tarlo 1964, p.
The abundance of ether-like and ester bonds in their mesomeric units does them susceptible to be depolymerized and the usage of a hydrothermal atmosphere allows us to choose the predominant route: hydrolysis or dehydration, decarboxylation and scission of functional groups.
It was found that the mesomeric and the hyperconjugation effects have a strong influence on the antibacterial activity.
Studies on polyatomic molecules are concerned principally with inductive and mesomeric effects in the (pi(*),pi) electronically excited states of substituted benzenes and the effects of conjugation on the energies, geometries and stabilities of singlet and triplet (pi(*)n) excited states of organic carbonyl compounds.
Limited SAR studies of the synthetic compounds revealed that the activity is markedly dependent on the mesomeric and inductive effects of various substituent presents in the phenacyl moiety (Table-1).