heteropolar


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heteropolar

(ˌhɛtərəʊˈpəʊlə)
adj
(Chemistry) a less common word for polar5a
heteropolarity n
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A heteropolar electromagnet-biased magnetic bearing for the same machine would consume more power but still less than 500 W.
In order to get comprehensive structural information about the studied series, we have investigated all homopolar and heteropolar atomic distances.
In regard to polarity, 80% pollen were Isolpoar, 10% Apolar and 10% Heteropolar (Table 2).
However, actual nanoporous SiC films involve an amorphous matrix with mixed homopolar and heteropolar bonding.
It was used to describe qualitatively the variation of atomic polarizabilities and atomic charges in III-V semiconductor nanostructures with heteropolar bonds [44].
Phillips and Van Vechten (1969) had calculated the homopolar and heteropolar gaps considering the effect of 'd' core electrons.
Serjania comparte el polen heteropolar, hemitrisincolporado, peroblado u oblado con Balsas, Cardiospermum, Houssayanthus y Urvillea.
Tomanek, "Photogalvanic effects in heteropolar nanotubes," Physical Review Letters, vol.