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cohesion

 [ko-he´zhun]
the intermolecular attractive force causing various particles of a single material to unite. adj., adj cohe´sive.

co·he·sion

(kō-hē'zhŭn),
The attraction between molecules or masses that holds them together.
[L. co-haereo, pp. -haesus, to stick together]

cohesion

/co·he·sion/ (ko-he´zhun) the intermolecular attractive force causing various particles of a single material to unite.cohe´sive

co·he·sion

(kō-hē'zhŭn)
The attraction between molecules or masses that holds them together.
[L. co-haereo, pp. -haesus, to stick together]

cohesion

the attraction of identical molecules for each other.

co·he·sion

(kō-hē'zhŭn)
The attraction between molecules that holds them together.
[L. co-haereo, pp. -haesus, to stick together]

cohesion (kōhē´zhən),

the ability of a material to adhere to itself.

cohesion

the force causing various particles to unite.
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