unimolecular


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unimolecular

(ˌjuːnɪməˈlɛkjʊlə)
adj
of or involving only one molecular entity
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Other presentations throughout the symposium included such diverse topics as additive technology for easy cleaning, controlling wet hiding, and the synthesis of EE-AA colloidal unimolecular polymer (CUP) particles.
The thermal stability of trypsin inhibitor activity in extracts is greater at lower concentration; the process is not unimolecular and participation of substances other than the inhibitors is very probable.
The assumption of Romsted was that in cases, where nucleophile resides predominantly in Stern layer of the micelle, Menger and Portnoy treatment for unimolecular reaction should hold good for bimolecular reaction also.
Also, based on the model analysis, the unimolecular layer was smaller compared to solid wood.
2003, 2005) 1996 Fundamental kinetic aspects, Mainly using model simulations for NMRP unimolecular initiators (Fukuda et al.
Andrews) therefore takes a progressive approach and proceeds step-by-step with examples, explaining basic and advanced transition state theory, basic and advanced unimolecular theory, potential energy surfaces, simple and modified collision theory, state-to-state kinetics in energy transfer and reaction, energy transfer and molecular beam studies of reactive scattering.
Moreover, the possibility of measuring accurate alkali metal cation affinities with high accuracy by means of different experimental techniques (equilibrium constant determination by high pressure mass spectrometry (HPMS) [1-4] or ion cyclotron resonance (ICR) [5-9], unimolecular dissociation--Cook's kinetic method [4, 10, 11], energy resolved collision-induced dissociation (CID) [12-14], photodissociation and radiative association kinetics [15, 16]), has stimulated a growing interest in the study of these interactions [17-19].
Because this zone occurs at the front end of the device, it creates new reaction intermediates by several low-energy, unimolecular reaction pathways such as hydrogen chloride elimination and carbon-halogen bond rupture that react further in the downstream zones.
Morales, Director of Informatics of Ensemble Discovery, said, "At Ensemble, we have a need to conduct sophisticated modeling of both small molecules and nucleic acids in order to better understand and predict the local forces acting on unimolecular reactions.
It's not any of the letter vitamins, nor is it many of the higher priced unimolecular entities (e.