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intermolecular

(ˌɪntəməˈlɛkjʊlə)
adj
(Chemistry) occurring among or between molecules

in•ter•mo•lec•u•lar

(ˌɪn tər məˈlɛk yə lər, -moʊ-)

adj.
existing or occurring between molecules.
[1835–45]
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Adj.1.intermolecular - existing or acting between molecules; "intermolecular forces"; "intermolecular condensation"
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H-bonding is a key component governing intermolecular interactions, Particularly for biologically important molecules.
Using the optical tweezers, scientists can measure the force required to break up intermolecular bonds among the signaling molecules inside the body, allowing them gauge the effects of gene mutations in patients.
Hydrophobic groups tend to associate together to minimize their exposure to the solvent through intra- and intermolecular interactions in aqueous solutions.
However, it has been only recently that this behaviour has been systematically exploited to create intermolecular bonds.
It tries to predict predominate intermolecular interactions between ligands and the target macromolecules with known (or predicted) three-dimensional structures.
In the crystal molecular structure of c1, the intermolecular hydrogen bonds exist not only between the H2 atom of hydroxyl group and the N2 atom of another c1 molecule (O2- H2.
Intermolecular uses high productivity combinatorial (HPC) platform to discover, develop and characterize engineered materials for next generation high-technology products.
Por otro lado, la flexibilidad intermolecular se origina en la facilidad que la separacion de cadenas da a las transiciones entre los estados rotacionales, lo cual es originada por el volumen libre entre moleculas.
Creep rupture is cracking within a plastic component that occurs as a response to stress that occurs through disentanglement of the polymer chains by overcoming intermolecular forces, such as Van der Waal's forces and hydrogen bonding, between the polymer chains.
As the profile becomes even thinner and transitions into the equilibrium thin-film region, or the evaporative precursor film region, it approaches a limit where the intermolecular attraction of the liquid molecules to the solid surface can negate the tendency of these molecules to evaporate, even at elevated temperatures.
This indicates the complex formation and intermolecular weak association which may be due to hydrogen bonding.
The sections include the structural and molecular bases of ion channel function, intermolecular interactions and cardiomyocyte electrical function, models of cardiac excitation, arrhythmia mechanisms, diagnostic evaluation, ventricular and supraventricular tachyarrhythmias, arrhythmias in special populations, electrical therapy, and new approaches.

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