molecular attraction


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molecular attraction

The tendency of molecules with unlike electrical charges to attract each other.
See: adhesion; cohesion
See also: attraction
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They adhere by molecular attraction - similar to the static cling of stickers placed on car windshields at oil and lube centers.
An example might be the 1924 paper by Maass and Morrison, [3] "The effect of molecular attractions on the total pressure of a gas mixture".

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