dipole moment


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the product of one of the two charges of a dipole and the distance that separates them; an important measure of the degree of polarity of many biomolecules.
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The value of the phase difference between the induced dipole moment m, and the field vector E controls the magnitude of the torque, reaching maximum when the phase difference is 9"", and zero when the phase is zero.
The static first hyperpolarizability AYvec was calculated by M06-2X Method combined with FF(finite field method), which is more efficient and less expensive than other methods compared with, where AYvec represent the hyperpolarizability along the molecular dipole moment defined as follows:
Previously, the conformation of a repeat unit of uniaxially oriented atactic PSt was assumed; angle y between the transition dipole moment vector of the out-of-plane vibration of the phenyl ring and the chain axis was determined [25] by plotting the orientation function of the main chain [f.
Li, "Application of the equivalent dipole moment method for transient electromagnetic scattering," International Conference on Microwave and Millimeter Wave Technology, ICMMT 2012, Vol.
In every atom ever measured, no such dipole moment exists.
and the related transformation of electric dipole moment [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]
Total dipole moment (DM) for particular alkanols increased with the strength of the field applied.
While the measured viscosity of R1234ze(E) with the lower dipole moment is close to that of R134a, the refrigerant to be replaced, that of R1234yf with the higher dipole moment is up to 25 % lower.
The topics include dipole moment as a possible diagnostic descriptor of the conformational isomerism of the ammonia molecule, commonality in the origin of electronegativity and hardness and their manifestation in the real world, the biological synthesis of silver nanoparticles and their functional properties, modeling carbon nanotubes as drug delivery nanocapsules, and a method for determining the global hardness of atoms and molecules.
2] operation, but I shall treat this group of molecules separately, because they give only one type of rotational transitions, due to the permanent dipole moment being aligned to the [C.