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Relating to or consisting of molecules.‘interactions between polymer and solvent at the molecular level’‘molecular oxygen’
- ‘Fire is actually a dancing plasma of molecules and molecular fragments, excited into a glowing state by heat.’
- ‘His was the first group to study chemical reactions in this way under molecular beam conditions.’
- ‘In particular, it reduces product hazards at the most fundamental, molecular, level.’
- ‘For larger dextrans to enter the wall, the whole molecule or molecular segment would need to be deformed.’
- ‘This finding suggests that memory loss can in fact be avoided by drugs aimed at a small number of molecular targets.’
- ‘In other words, the spider possesses a molecular blueprint for making the polymer.’
- ‘Cellular depletion of oxygen results in rapid molecular and physiological acclimation.’
- ‘Their research determined the colour of light at the atomic and molecular level.’
- ‘This structure opens a major gateway to the molecular understanding of transcription.’
- ‘The secret of how lava lamps work can be traced back to the molecular nature of oil and water.’
- ‘It may react with molecular oxygen and form quinone and superoxide radicals.’
- ‘Thus, an understanding of the molecular events that underlie ozone toxicity is an important goal.’
- ‘Science has shown us that at the molecular level there is nothing but rapidly moving energy.’
- ‘The simple molecular structure of alcohol allows it to penetrate this barrier.’
- ‘At the family level recent studies of the molecular regulation of fruit development will be of interest as well.’
- ‘With any luck it will be made from high molecular polymers and have a large symmetrical blade with a dihedral front face.’
- ‘This work is regarded as an important prelude to examining this phase change at the molecular level.’
- ‘The molecular mechanisms of quorum sensing have long remained mysterious.’
- ‘Dissolved molecular oxygen was removed from solutions by purging with dry nitrogen gas.’
- ‘The secret of life lies in the immense complexity of its molecular organisation.’
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