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SINGLE MOLECULES
SEVERAL WATER MOLECULES
SURFACE
FUNCTION
POLYMER
CONDUCTIVITY
CYSTEINE
AMINO GROUP
OXYGEN ATOM
ATOMIC STRUCTURE
MOLECULAR MASS
CHEMISTRY
POLYMER SCIENCE
DIFFERENT FUNCTION
PHOTON
SINGLE PHOTON
SINGLE MOLECULE
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Definitions

  1. Here, a single molecule is attached at either end to a pair of gold electrodes, forming an electrical circuit, whose current can be measured.

Single Molecules

  1. Glutatione is found in two forms, a monomerthat is a single molecule of the protein, and a dimmer that is two of the single molecules joined together.

Several Water Molecules

  1. Observations indicate that the proton is associated with several water molecules in a cluster, rather than attached to a single molecule. (Web site)

Surface

  1. If one examines a single molecule at the surface of a material, an arriving photon will be absorbed and almost immediately reemitted.
  2. Often only a single molecule or even a single stereoisomer can bind to a complimentary protein surface.

Function

  1. Scenarios will be outlined wherein a single molecule could function as a logic device rather than the traditional use of multiple transistors.

Polymer

  1. Monomer is the single molecule and polymer is the polymerization product. (Web site)

Conductivity

  1. The step having the last non-zero measure just prior to a conductivity measure of zero is the conductivity of one single molecule. (Web site)

Cysteine

  1. The results suggest that the effect of cysteine on iron absorption is similar in the peptide form and as a single molecule. (Web site)

Amino Group

  1. Since amino acids have both a carboxylic acid residue and an amino group in a single molecule, they can be used as either anions or cations. (Web site)

Oxygen Atom

  1. In this reaction, sodium (Na) and oxygen (O 2) are converted to a single molecule, Na 2 O (containing 2 sodium atoms and 1 oxygen atom). (Web site)

Atomic Structure

  1. In principle, an atomic structure could be determined from applying X-ray scattering to non-crystalline samples, even to a single molecule. (Web site)

Molecular Mass

  1. This is not the same as molecular mass, which is the mass of a single molecule of well-defined isotopes. (Web site)

Chemistry

  1. In chemistry, formula indicating the actual number of atoms of each element present in a single molecule of a chemical compound.

Polymer Science

  1. According to the standard IUPAC definition, the term macromolecule as used in polymer science refers only to a single molecule. (Web site)

Different Function

  1. A single molecule may have multiple moieties, for instance an antigen-binding moiety and a fluorescing moiety, each having a different function. (Web site)

Photon

  1. For example, although a photon can excite a single molecule, it is often impossible to predict beforehand which molecule will be excited. (Web site)

Single Photon

  1. A single molecule of bacteriochlorophyll receives a single photon only about once every 8 hours.

Single Molecule

  1. In a preferred form of the invention the anticoagulation agent is in the form of a single molecule, and typically a single protein molecule. (Web site)
  2. Glycolysis begins with a single molecule of glucose and concludes with the production of two molecules of pyruvic acid. (Web site)
  3. NMR can determine the relative amounts of a nuclide within a single molecule and can also measure the relative concentrations of molecules in a mixture. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Single Photon
  2. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Nature > Chemistry > Molecules
  3. Different Function
  4. Matter > Materials > Materials Science > Polymer Science
  5. Preferred Form
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