monolayer


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mon·o·lay·er

 (mŏn′ō-lā′ər)
n.
1. A film or layer of a compound one molecule thick.
2. A layer of cells one cell thick, grown in a culture.
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monolayer

(ˈmɒnəʊˌleɪə)
n
(Chemistry) a single layer of atoms or molecules adsorbed on a surface. Also called: molecular film
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At this pH stearic acid monolayer is not expected to be protonated to any appreciable extent.
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In our culture condition, cells monolayer, after seeding approximately between 19 and 21 days, usually was available for transport experiments.
The researchers then cooled this monolayer down to a temperature of just above absolute zero and excited it with a laser.