intercalation


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in·ter·ca·la·tion

(in-ter'kă-lā'shŭn),
The process of insertion between two other entities, for example, insertion of a dye or drug between stacked bases in DNA.

intercalation

the insertion of certain organic compounds such as aridines and ethidium bromide that possess a planar aromatic ring structure of appropriate size and geometry so as to insert between base pairs in double-stranded DNA.
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The melt viscosity of the PNCs is related to the aspect ratio of individual fillers and to the degree of intercalation and exfoliation of the organoclay.
From the result of the salt spray test, it is demonstrated that the Zn-Al LDH films after intercalation with V[O.
Moreover, if the volumetric intercalation current density is J, then ions leave this electrolyte element at a rate JA[delta]x[(1 - [t.
The shifting was caused by glycerol intercalation between the MMT silicate layers.
Intercalation of PANI has significant effect on the in-plane conductivity of pellets, as will be discussed further.
This indicates the occurrence of intercalation of silica-Al sol that have larger sizes in the interlayers of bentonite resulted in basal spacing [d.
3] and OH groups) with G-C and A-T rich regions of DNA duplex (adenine and guanine N7 atoms as well as thymine O-2 atom) or intercalation of curcumin between G-C and AT base pairs and partial conformational change of DNA duplex upon curcumin interaction[28].
all the Licchavi inscriptions, particularly with intercalation, the
Position of the tag against the report: Functions of intercalation
His specialities include exploratory synthetic organometallic chemistry, intercalation chemistry and the synthesis of meso-and microporous solids.
For example, for Belcore plastic batteries, which are about 2 mm thick, the intercalation of Li ion in and out of the [Li.