molecularity


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molecularity

[mə‚lek·yə′lar·əd·ē]
(physical chemistry)
In a chemical reaction, the number of molecules which come together and form the activated complex.
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Moreover, the reaction order yielded a value of three, agreeing with the reaction molecularity (see Fig.
A well-known test to determine the molecularity of the reaction, that is, whether only monomers are taking part in the unfolding process or whether oligomers are also present, is to check if the [T.sub.m] changes as the protein concentration increases.
communicative and contagious, working according to a logic of infection, whereby human molecularity and animal molecularity collide in each other's zones of proximity.
Powell reminds us that "Deleuzian film aesthetics emphasize the materiality of the film and body, and their common molecularity in the film event" (129)--our becoming the characters and sharing the sound and visuals of the film in the tactile location of the theater or living room.
Maybe happen is never once but like ripples maybe on water after the pebble sinks, the ripples moving on, spreading, the pool attached by a narrow umbilical water-cord to the next pool which the first pool feeds, has fed, did feed, let this second pool contain a different temperature of water, a different molecularity of having seen, felt, remembered, reflect in a different tone the infinite unchanging sky, it doesn't matter: that pebble's watery, echo whose fall it did not even see moves across its surface too at the original ripple-space, to the old ineradicable rhythm ..." (210).
I realized that it was necessary to make the molecularity of living systems explicit in order to avoid confusion.
The molecularity of his approach is perhaps nowhere clearer than in a short piece he wrote called "Farewell, My Lovely!" in which he deplored the absence of cumulative records in the pages of JEAB and extolled the virtues of

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