molecular volume


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molecular volume

[mə′lek·yə·lər ′väl·yəm]
(chemistry)
The volume that is occupied by 1 mole (gram-molecular weight) of an element or compound; equals the molecular weight divided by the density.
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The [DELTA]G, [DELTA]H, [DELTA]S, and molecular volume are then calculated for these peptide structures.
Both alpha and beta secondary structures of polyalanine are constructed and evaluated for [DELTA]G, [DELTA]H, [DELTA]S, and molecular volume parameters.
Note that the CFC of the thickener increases when the salt is added due to the decrease in molecular volume.
These differences in binding times and temperatures, and the fact that we used an E2S with an increased molecular volume instead of [sup.
Apart from the relative binding affinities of the ERs for the response elements, the changes in the effective molecular volume of the Xenopus vit A2 and the human pS2 response elements triggered by different ER[Beta]-phytoestrogen complexes (Figure 6) provide additional information about the interactions of the receptor proteins with DNA.
It is also observed that the sorption-coefficient values for both PU membranes increases with increasing molecular volume of penetrants, and the sequence is nonane > octane > heptane > hexane.
g] is the molecular volume that restrains all the translational motion of the gas molecule.
The molecular volume of the gas in the elastomer as a function of temperature [V.
This observation is assigned to the rate of desorption, which is affected by the molecular volume of the penetrating molecules and their volatility.
L], represents the interaction effect of gas molecules in the solution during dissolution process and the equilibrium molecular volume of a gas in the solution, [v.

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