Molecular attraction

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(Phys.) attraction acting between the molecules of bodies, and at insensible distances.

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They adhere by molecular attraction - similar to the static cling of stickers placed on car windshields at oil and lube centers.
This had the effect of lowering the electronic and molecular attraction between neighboring bucky ball molecules in the crystal.
An example might be the 1924 paper by Maass and Morrison, [3] "The effect of molecular attractions on the total pressure of a gas mixture".
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