bond dissociation energy

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bond dissociation energy

The energy needed to break the bonds between 2 atoms.
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Frisch, Si (111) Bond Dissociation Energy is a Local Prop, J.
The unstable complex can be dissociated by giving bond dissociation energy and reaction components such as CO and [H.
It is the case of water electrolysis, and among the various technologies, high temperature steam electrolysis (so-called HTE or SOE for Solid Oxide Electrolysis) presents a major interest, since less electricity is required to dissociate water at high temperature, the remaining part of the required dissociation energy being added as heat, available at a lower price level.
The tetrameric enzyme is a dimer of dimers, with higher dissociation energy for the dimers than for its assembly.
Sulfur crosslinks have a lower bond dissociation energy compared to covalent bonds.