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mo·lec·u·lar ro·ta·tion

one hundredth of the product of the specific rotation of an optically active compound and its molecular weight.
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mo·lec·u·lar ro·ta·tion

(mō-lek'yū-lăr rō-tā'shŭn)
One-hundredth of the product of the specific rotation of an optically active compound and its molecular weight.
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In the first phase mathematical modeling of stationary motion in rigid supports of a rigid rotor with a cylindrical chamber partially filled with fluid was carried out.
"The compound coaxial offset system requires us to have a fully rigid rotor system," he said.
It consists of a rigid rotor disk with mass [m.sub.r] and 2DOF ([x.sub.r], [y.sub.r]), mounted on a massless elastic shaft, with stiffness [k.sub.r], and subjected to linear viscous damping [c.sub.r]; a viscoelastic suspended stator, with mass ms and stiffness [k.sub.s], and subjected to linear viscous damping cs, with two translational DOF ([x.sub.s], [y.sub.s]), is also considered.
Liu, "Nonlinear dynamic analysis of a rigid rotor supported by a spiral-grooved opposed-hemisphere gas bearing," Tribology Transactions, vol.
The moment of inertia of the associated band was found to be close to that of a rigid rotor with a 2:1 axis rotation.
* counter-rotating, all-composite rigid rotor blades;
The two-bladed rotor, although in better shape dynamically than a single-bladed rotor, must accept very high cyclic loading if a rigid rotor hub system is employed or provide a so called teeter bearing to allow the rotor blade to rock (as a pair) to alleviate blade, drive train and tower head loading.
Written by a University of Washington professor, this undergraduate chemistry textbook explores the particle in a box, the harmonic oscillator, the rigid rotor, and the hydrogen atom in depth.