nonbonded

nonbonded

(ˌnɒnˈbɒndɪd)
adj
(Chemistry) chem characterizing pairs of electrons that have not bonded
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Particularly, the carbonyl bands are useful in determining the degree of interaction between PUs such as hydrogen bonding and dipole-dipole interaction and are overlapped with the strongly bonded carbonyl, weakly bonded carbonyl, and nonbonded carbonyl bands [42, 43].
With the introduction of nonbonded, soft, polymer-tip bullets by Hornady about 10 years ago, and with the arrival of their Critical Duty line in 2011, the market got its first barrier-blind bullets.
MICT is the company of Marine group which operates in bonded and nonbonded storage and delivery facility.
Verification of protein structures: patterns of nonbonded atomic interactions.
But others disagreed with this and stated that there is no evidence to claim that there is a difference in survival between bonded and nonbonded amalgam restorations.
Yeates, "Verification of protein structures: patterns of nonbonded atomic interactions," Protein Science, vol.
The electrostatic interactions were calculated every 5.0 fs using a cut-off of 10 A for the evaluation of short-range nonbonded interactions and the PME method for the long-range electrostatic interactions.
In DLGSs, the interaction force between layers is the vdW force which is a nonbonded interaction.
As shown in Figure 2(a), the numerically simulated granite specimen consists of upper and the lower halves and the infilled material (assumed as nonbonded to which a zero bond strength is assigned).
Herein, eight hydrogen bonds, 89 nonbonded contacts, and the interacting residues, Thr-143, Ser-77, Gln-155, Tyr-9, Asn-70, and Tyr59, were found for HLA-B*35:01 and epitope LAIDTGCLY.
The low-frequency values for these bands suggested that the hydroxyl groups were involved in hydrogen bonds and the position of the band due to nonbonded OH groups was usually above 3500 [cm.sup.-1] for alcohols, phenols, and carboxylic acids [41].