molecular volume


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molecular volume

n
(Chemistry) the volume occupied by one mole of a substance. Also called: molar volume
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That product will launch with our next generation of respiratory virus tests, and over time give labs the opportunity to run most of their major molecular volume on one fully automated, compact instrument.
The free volume theory introduced by Fox and Flory [6] and Flory [7] assumes that the volume of a material can be divided into the molecular volume and the free volume, the volume around each molecule.
The molecular volume and the molecular weight for the novel analog were 322.
Computational methods were used to calculate parameters such as Gibbs free energy, enthalpy, entropy, and molecular volume.
In the neutral-pH phosphate-buffered saline solution used here, all one can conclude is that NT-proBNP elutes unexpectedly with a larger molecular volume than the corresponding globular protein of ~8.
Because of this, HASE thickeners are somewhat of a hybrid thickener, deriving some of their efficiency from hydrophobic interactions and some from molecular volume effects traditionally utilized by nonassociative thickeners such as the nonionic hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) and the anionic alkali-swellable emulsion (ASE).
FP is used to study molecular interactions by detecting the changes in the effective molecular volume of fluorescent molecules (17,18).
The molecular segments for cis and trans polybutadiene have a molecular volume of roughly 9-10 cc/mole, which is a little less than a CH group.
For example, if you do no molecular testing and your current average send-out test costs $75 (approximate $345,000 yearly) with a volume of 4,600 tests--and if molecular volume is replacing your send-outs with an average test cost of $225, you can project your yearly send-outs rising to approximately 5693,000 if half of them are converted to molecular-based testing over the next three years.
Diffusion coefficient decreased with increasing molecular volume of their migrating liquids.
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