interatomic

Related to interatomic: intra-atomic

in·ter·a·tom·ic

 (ĭn′tər-ə-tŏm′ĭk)
adj.
Occurring, operating, or situated between atoms.

interatomic

(ˌɪntərəˈtɒmɪk)
adj
(General Physics) existing or occurring between or among atoms. Compare intra-atomic
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Here, in contrast to slip, the atoms move only a fraction of an interatomic spacing relative to each other.
Based on the data from Hirao and Kawamura [11], the interatomic potential parameters were optimized using Lammps program and shown in Table 1.
Revised effective ionic radii and systematic studies of interatomic distances in halides and chalcogenides.
In 3dmoshbond, I outline a program of work designed to create a paradigm shift in the direct measurement of complex interatomic potentials via a fundamental reimagining of how atomic resolution imaging, And force measurement, Techniques are applied.
In this paper, based on the solution of the kinematic problem of elastic neutron scattering on a nucleus in the "L"--system in general case, that is, when not only the neutron scattering, but also the nucleus has arbitrarily given velocity vector in the "L"--system, an analytical expression for the law of neutron scattering for an isotropic source of neutrons was obtained, which includes moderating medium temperature as a parameter, as well as the spectra of neutron moderation for different moderating mediums, also depending on the moderating medium temperature and fair for almost all energy spectrum of fission neutrons (excluding energy of interatomic or intermolecular interactions for moderating medium, if necessary to go beyond the gas model).
Undoubtedly, the improved biomedical functionality of such objects benefit from both atomic-specific (nearest interatomic arrangement, atomic and molecular clusters, polyhedral building blocks, network-forming units, etc.
eT] of the order of 105 m/s [11, 12]) of random motion in interatomic or interionic space of free electrons (elementary particles -fennions [8]) and slow (with an average velocity [v.
Three important factors required for the accurate prediction of properties using multiscale approach are: (i) The assumed continuum mechanics based constitutive relationship, (ii) The selection of the molecular level interatomic potential, and (iii) Molecular modeling procedure.
The SFE is a reflection of the surface molecular interatomic forces and is closely related to the solid surface wettability.
The increase in density is ascribed to the reduction in average interatomic spacing in the glasses during the heat treatments [10].
AB] are the pair potential energy between atoms A and B, the binding energy (potential well-depth), a form factor (width of the potential), the interatomic distance, and the equilibrium distance, respectively.
Nucleophilicity, interatomic distance between electronegative heteroatoms, and electron donor capability of heteroatoms are all important model variables.