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internuclear

 [in″ter-noo´kle-ar]
situated between nuclei or between nuclear layers of the retina.

in·ter·nu·cle·ar

(in'tĕr-nū'klē-ăr),
Between nerve cell groups in the brain or retina.

internuclear

/in·ter·nu·cle·ar/ (in″ter-noo´kle-er) situated between nuclei or between nuclear layers of the retina.

internuclear

(ĭn′tər-no͞o′klē-ər, -nyo͞o′-)
adj.
Located or occurring between nuclei.

in·ter·nu·cle·ar

(in'tĕr-nū'klē-ăr)
Between nerve cell groups in the brain or retina.

internuclear

situated between nuclei or between nuclear layers of the retina.
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In this case, the collapse of the internuclear chains occurs before all the solvating diluents have been removed.
The 6th nerve is never affected in isolation by nuclear lesions, even when quite restricted, because attendant disruption to the internuclear pathway produces horizontal gaze palsy.
Internuclear ophthalmoplegia (INO) - Horizontal gaze involves two cranial nerves, the abducens for the ipsilateral lateral rectus, and the oculomotor for the contralateral medial rectus.
Therefore, they are only populated at short internuclear separation, where the attractive potential is larger than the asymptotic separation and where the electrostatic exchange interaction (the difference between the [X.
0] and the absence of appreciable probability in the two asymptotically closed channels for internuclear separations larger than 50 [a.
4 we show the radial density of three ground state wavefunctions as a function of internuclear separation.
There is much more penetration of the s- and p-wave wavefunctions to small internuclear separations and therefore they will display a significant dependence on the shape of the inner wall of the two ABO potentials.
In addition, for [OMEGA] = 0 states the Hamiltonian also separates into two subspaces which have definite symmetry under reflection of the electronic wavefunction through an arbitrary plane containing the internuclear axis.
Fplj[alpha]] are obtained by first considering the allowed optical excitation of a pair of atoms by a single photon at large internuclear separation.
At large internuclear separation we can define a set of atomic scattering states
These selection rules insure that only one atom absorbs the photon when the two atoms are at infinite internuclear separation.
9) an s-wave node at these internuclear separations would imply a much stronger J' = 4 peak relative to the J' = 2 peak than observed.