noncovalent bond

non·co·va·lent bond

bond in which electrons are not shared between atoms, for example, electrostatic bond, hydrogen bond.

non·co·va·lent bond

(non'kō-vā'lĕnt bond)
Bond in which electrons are not shared between atoms; e.g., electrostatic bond, hydrogen bond.
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The scientists tied an anti-cancer drug to golden missiles using a weak chemical interaction called a noncovalent bond.
They found that by using a noncovalent bond to attach the drug to coated gold, they eliminated interference among the desired properties of each component.
Finally, the SF/SA macromolecules were spontaneous organized into the well-defined network structures by using noncovalent bonds, presenting the layer structure morphology of hybrid scaffolds (Fig.
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