nonbonded

nonbonded

(ˌnɒnˈbɒndɪd)
adj
(Chemistry) chem characterizing pairs of electrons that have not bonded
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For this purpose, cohesive and nonbonded soils are required.
Verification of protein structures: patterns of nonbonded atomic interactions.
Phosphate buffered solution was used to wash out nonbonded antibodies after each staining step.
Distilled into its purest form, the new ELD-X is a nonbonded, cup-and-core hunting bullet with a composite tip of a new material dubbed "Heat Shield.
The top curve in this figure represents a nonbonded sample where a cured strip of adhesive was simply laid between two metal layers with no apparent bonding other than simple friction.
Cohesive energy decreases as a result of reduction in nonbonded intermolecular interactions as epoxy cure progresses [30].
Molecular mechanics (MM) force fields rely on the combination of Coulomb and Lennard-Jones interactions to describe all nonbonded interactions [18].
high-priority areas would be defined as areas where nonbonded and bonded ACM are comingled with other debris (e.
nonbonded Dicor crowns: Four years report (abstract).
In addition to the physical and chemical properties of the coating and the substrate surface, a coating system applied to a metal surface may contain inhomogeneities such as air bubbles, cracks, microvoids, contaminants, trapped solvents, nonbonded and weak areas, pigment-resins, and coating-substrate interfacial layers.
This combination provides additional bandwidth to existing nonbonded services, reduces the cost per bit compared with traditional deployment models and enables the addition of ultra-high-bandwidth bonded downstream service to a DOCSIS 3.
20-[micro]m film, Nonbonded Phase Fused Silica Column (SP-2560, Supelco, Bellefonte, USA).