MDPH will continue HIV testing, field investigation, and molecular cluster
detection and response statewide.
According to one report, she has shown that a group mind is capable of changing the basic physical property of leaves, making plants grow twice as high as normal, altering the molecular cluster
of water, raising the pH level of polluted water, lowering violence in war-torn or crime-ridden areas and improving the health of patients with diagnosed conditions.
RNNT instead derives the critical cluster size from dissociation and condensation rates at the surface of a molecular cluster
. A brief derivation of a nucleation rate equation based on this framework is given in the preface.
Metallo-carbohedrenes, a stable buckyball-like molecular cluster
, hold promise as chemical catalysts and superconductors.
Pairs of closely related sequences formed molecular linkages, and a group of [greater than or equal to] 2 linked sequences was considered a molecular cluster
; these procedures are described elsewhere (1,6).
Close agreement between the values calculated by the molecular cluster
model and observed values can be seen in this figure.
In this report, a cluster refers to a molecular cluster
of multiple outbreaks, not an epidemiologic cluster of patients in 1 outbreak.
where the first term, linear with [q.sup.2], corresponds to the translational diffusion of the molecular cluster
with the self-diffusion coefficient [D.sub.coll] and the second term corresponds to the single-particle jumps with the self-diffusion coefficient [D.sub.s-p]; exp(-2W) [similar to] 1 is the Debye-Waller factor; [[Tau].sub.0] is the residence time of water molecule between two jumps.
The Cornell-Cambridge group investigated a set of molecular cluster
compounds that consist of a clump of osmium atoms surrounded by a protective sheath of carbon monoxide molecules.