submolecule

submolecule

(ˈsʌbˌmɒlɪkjuːl)
n
(General Physics) a part of a molecule
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3, the end-to-end distance of each submolecule is given by:
n-1] submolecule with submolecules attached on both sides (for example, if [lambda]\[mu] was highest of the three, then we should choose A').
n-2] submolecules are isomorphic and there is a "cabling" of edges (possibly arcs) of weight 1 between these [A.
2] denotes the transformation of solutions; the context notation m[S] denotes a molecule containing a submolecule S which is a solution.
1] is the axis ratio of each of the m, the number of freely rotating joint in submolecule [x.
These chain structures are expected to be a distribution of short chain sizes with some chains smaller than a Gaussian submolecule since only three Maxwell models connected in series were needed to fit t he data as discussed later.