... solvent radius of 1.5 Å is more appropriate for this
calculation than the much larger radius one would
estimate by considering the size of an actual hexadecane solvent molecule. However, if we wish to
make a continuum calculation of the free energy
effect of the solute perturbing the structure of th ...
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... constituent atoms in a molecule have the same electronegativity value given by the geometric mean of the electronegativities of the pertinent isolated atoms”. Two hardness
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... Shortly after the war, a young Dutchman named Hendrik Casimir was working at Philips Research Laboratories in
the Netherlands on the topic of colloidal solutions. These are viscous solutions, either gaseous or liquid, containing
micron-sized particles in suspension —such as clay mixed in water, milk ...
... • coulomb's law the mathematical equation calculating the electrostatic force vector between two charged particles
• cross section A section formed by a plane cutting through an object, usually at right angles to an axis.
• dimension A measure of spatial extent in a particular direction, such as hei ...
... Theory (QFT) as a consequence of the reality of the zero point energy .
Lifshitz extended the Casimir calculus of perfect metal plates at zero temperature
to the more general case of dielectric plates at any finite temperature , which is
one of the most famous and more used formulas of Casimi ...
... 1. They are bounded by Seifert (pron. SEE-fert) surfaces, and different projections of one
are related by Reidemeister (REE-de-my-ster) moves. Their invariants include the
fundamental group of their complements and the HOMFLY, Alexander and Jones
polynomials. FTP, name the mathematical object define ...
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