chemical complexity

chem·i·cal com·plex·i·ty

the number of different sequences in DNA as defined by hybridization kinetics.
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If we can understand the chemical complexity of these ices in the molecular cloud, and how they evolve during the formation of a star and its planets, then we can assess whether the building blocks of life should exist in every star system," said Melissa McClure of the Universiteit van Amsterdam, the principal investigator on a research project to investigate cosmic ices.
If we can understand the chemical complexity of these ices in the molecular cloud, and how they evolve during the formation of a star and its planets, then we can assess whether the building blocks of life should exist in every star system," Melissa McClure of the Universiteit van Amsterdam, the principal investigator on a NASA research project to investigate cosmic ices, said in (https://www.
Niels Ligterink and his colleagues used data from the ALMA Protostellar Interferometric Line Survey (PILS), which aims to chart the chemical complexity of IRAS 16293-2422 by imaging the full wavelength range covered by ALMA's Band 7 on very small scales, equivalent to the size of our Solar System.
Introduction/Background: The quality assurance of herbal products is particularly challenging due to their chemical complexity and natural variation.
The chemical complexity is further magnified since many of these CECs are not environmentally stable and break down into other forms," Letcher says.
International Conference on Engineering of Chemical Complexity (2nd: 2013: WarnemEnde, Germany) Edited by Alexander S.
For healthcare designers, Fiser says the protocols could be used to help determine the impact of furniture specification or understand the chemical complexity of a product and its impact on health.
In my last column (January/February issue) I discussed the chemical complexity of botanicals and what's in a botanical name.
The concluding chapter describes the challenges in defining gene-nutrient interactions because of chemical complexity of food, genetic heterogeneity of humans and complexity of physiological responses to nutrient intake in health and disease.
The chemical complexity of the specific amino acid and the steric hindrance of the flavor molecules that influence the binding sites also are important determinant factors.
The standard scientific view assumes life to have originated not in a single leap from simple chemicals to cells but through gradual accumulations of chemical complexity.