monoatomic


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monoatomic

(ˌmɒnəʊəˈtɒmɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) a variant of monatomic
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Adj.1.monoatomic - of or relating to an element consisting of a single atommonoatomic - of or relating to an element consisting of a single atom; "helium and argon are monatomic gases"
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monoatomique

monoatomic

[ˌmɒnəʊəˈtɒmɪk] adjmonoatomico/a
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In addition, [Mg.sup.2+] and [Ca.sup.2+] can chelate COO- groups, leading to a compact network and causing further shrinking from the hydrogel; on the other hand, we also find that the smaller the radius of atoms of some valent monoatomic cations, the more the water absorption capacity if different cations were [K.sup.+]>[Na.sup.+]>[Ca.sup.2+]>[Mg.sup.2+] (Table 3 and Figure 7).
Graphene is a new type of monoatomic layer of carbonaceous nanomaterials with unique two-dimensional (2D) planar structures.
This oxidation could be ignored for InSb film measured in 20[degrees]C-250[degrees]C because the SE fits with three-layer model leaded to an InO surface thickness of <0.01 nm, much thinner than one monoatomic layer.
Here, the function J(t) is the monoatomic hydrogen permeation flux density.
[38] developed a Lindstedt-Poincare perturbation technique and analyzed monoatomic cubic chains to capture dispersion and bandgap shifts.
reported that nanoporous Au were significantly coarsening in both air and chemically active diatomic gas ([N.sub.2] and [O.sub.2]), but not in vacuum and inert monoatomic gas (Ar) [30].
1: Ideal monoatomic gas at pressure [P.sub.g] and temperature [T.sub.g] sourrounded by walls at temperature [T.sub.w] = [T.sub.g].
Based on the monoatomic layer characteristic of the graphene, the modified transfer matrix method is adopted in this paper to calculate the transmittance and reflectance of the configuration [29].
Graphene has attracted extreme interest in the industrial and scientific community since the experimental realization of graphene in 2004 [1], for many reasons; graphene has the highest electronic conductivity at room temperature; and it is only one monoatomic layer thick and almost transparent; it is durable and at the same time flexible; it is chemically inert and impermeable to most gasses.
Wang, "Influences of active control on elastic wave propagation in a weakly nonlinear phononic crystal with a monoatomic lattice chain," International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, vol.