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intramolecular

Line breaks: intra|mo¦lecu¦lar
Pronunciation: /ˌɪntrəməˈlɛkjʊlə
 
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Definition of intramolecular in English:

adjective

Existing or taking place within a molecule: intramolecular forces
More example sentences
  • Here we seek to study inter- and intramolecular forces among water and biological molecules as models of the rudimentary interactions that govern protein folding.
  • Studies of protein dynamics have shown that the interaction of the protein surface with the water molecule strongly increases the intramolecular mobility of the protein.
  • This tertiary structure is stabilized by salt bridges, intramolecular hydrogen bonds, and four disulfide bridges.

Derivatives

intramolecularly

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • There are several characteristic morphologies for intramolecularly condensed polyelectrolytes.
  • Experimental AFM observations of intramolecularly condensed polyelectrolytes confirm the above predictions.
  • These belong to the network of strongly intramolecularly interacting residues, that become buried upon dimer formation, and interact intermolecularly with the same network of the other monomer.

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