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Combine with a similar molecule to form a dimer:‘AlCl₃ molecules dimerize to form molecules of Al₂Cl₆’
- ‘On the other hand, the viologen radical cation has a tendency to dimerize in a polar solution because of the poor hydrophilicity.’
- ‘Most of the free probe had dimerized via disulfide bond cross-linking, yielding a spectrum with five lines and alternating linewidths.’
- ‘Sulfonated phthalocyanines are well known to dimerize in aqueous solution.’
- ‘It prevents the protein from dimerizing or from binding to its DNA target sites.’
- ‘On storage, the enzyme dimerizes due to disulfide formation.’
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