Apolar bond | definition of apolar bond by Medical dictionary
hydrophobic interaction (redirected from apolar bond)
interaction between uncharged substituents on different molecules without a sharing of electrons or protons; entropy-driven interaction.
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Weber (4) postulated that small changes in the energy of the apolar bonds
of proteins play an important part in optimizing the affinities of enzymes for substrates and coenzymes within a certain temperature range.