electrostatic bond

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e·lec·tro·stat·ic bond

bond between atoms or groups carrying opposite charges (or, in some cases, partial charges).

e·lec·tro·stat·ic bond

(ĕ-lek'trō-stat'ik bond)
Bond between atoms or groups carrying opposite charges (or, in some cases, partial charges).
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Although the predicted binding interactions of all loop mutants is not that strong with ALP but still to some extend it can be predicted that these mutants would show some toxicity against Aedes aegypti in-vitro but this toxicity is less in all loop mutants as compared to Cry2Ac11(showing 2 salt bridges).
Salt bridge employed here was made with 5M NaCl and agar salt concentration from 7% to 12%.
The effect of salt bridge on the voltage of battery was investigated using different material as salt bridge.
MFC parameters such as electrode materials, PEMs or salt bridge along with operational conditions of anode and cathode chambers have vital effect on MFC operation [5-7].
Coupling of phenols which have relative tendency of oxidation with those having the tendency of reduction through a salt bridge may form an electrochemical cell.
The V shaped salt bridge for this cell was made- up of card and was placed in a cut place between the two half cells.
Salt bridges between C-termini and between N-termini, mediated, respectively, by cations and anions, appear as alternatives to peptide bonds, the preferred bond in pure water, thus favoring radial and longitudinal nanotube growth.
Furthermore, the authors found that it is possible to analyze the chemical composition of the released salt bridges. Additional studies are underway to further correlate globally available Pb-free alloy compositions to the aforementioned failure mechanisms.
PME builds salt bridges from spare calcium atoms in vegetables.