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polyatomic

 [pol″e-ah-tom´ik]
made up of several atoms.

polyatomic

/poly·atom·ic/ (-ah-tom´ik) made up of several atoms.

polyatomic

(pŏl″ē-ă-tŏm′ĭk) [″ + atomon, atom]
Having several atoms.

polyatomic

made up of several atoms.
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Herein thermal radiation means radiation that is readily absorbed and radiated by condensed matter and/or polyatomic gases, resulting in both intramolecular and intermolecular vibrations.
One example is the nonadiabatic dynamics of polyatomic molecules.
There are 24 vibrational frequencies for malealdehyde and fumaraldehyde according to the number of various degrees of freedom for polyatomic nonlinear molecules is calculated as 3n - 6.
Big inclination of VAC and a higher general level of the arc voltage (propane-butane or its mixture with air) in comparison with operation on argon are explained by significant consumption of power on dissociation and ionization of the polyatomic gases.
This result is in accordance with literature data, which assess a minimum pyrrole/counter ion ratio of 3 for polyatomic anions as dopants [2].
As a result, the iron concentration in the otoliths of fish is also very low that makes the determination of iron problematic by ICP-MS due to interferences of otolith matrix and spectral overlaps of polyatomic ions on isotopes of iron.
Obviously, the idea is applicable to polyatomic molecules at real density.
It helps if you know the formula for a polyatomic ion, the common name for the antineuritic vitamin (thiamine), what an exothermic reaction is, and if you can work out complicated chemistry formulas and mathematical equations in your head in seconds.
3] is preferred over HCl for the final analytical solution to minimize or eliminate interferences from polyatomic chlorides.
Schrobilgen has made important contributions in two major areas of synthetic and structural inorganic chemistry; fluorine chemistry and the polyatomic anions of the main-group elements.
Note, too, how the lowercase words demonstrate that different sequences of transadditions can arrive at the same word: COMPILATORY can be reached by the route OLYMPIC, MYOPICAL, PILCOMAYO, POLYATOMIC and OLYMPIC, MYOPICAL, PYROMALIC, MICROTYPAL.
Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) experiments have well established that polyatomic projectiles have the potential to greatly increase the sensitivity of static SIMS.