Coulomb's Law

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a fundamental principle of electrostatics

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However, taking in consideration the predominant electrostatic interaction over release process as well as the high strong hydrophilic character of Q segments in comparison with hydrophilic group of VP, we focused the role in hydrophobic segments of VP.
Instead of binder chemicals, the developed technology uses the attractive force originated from electrostatic interaction.
In aqueous coatings, electrostatic interactions are generally important for particle stabilization.
He showed that the electrostatic interaction between charged interfacial colloidal particles is dominated by the screened-Coulomb contribution, which decays exponentially at small separations and by an algebraic dipole-dipole interaction at large separations:
Three possible mechanisms may be involved in the co-sorption of oxyanions and cations: enhancement by electrostatic interaction (e.
This difference may be due to stronger electrostatic interactions between negatively charged moieties and hBD-3, since hBD-3 is more positively charged (+11) than hBD-2 (+6) (27).
Note the positive electrostatic interaction energies in items 1 and 2 (and 3 below) due to the absence of hydrogen bonds.
ground] is set up for a given value of the total angular momentum and parity and includes electrostatic interactions V(R) (the adiabatic Born-Oppenheimer potentials), the mechanical rotation operator [l.
This novel nanofiber carries a positive charge and can selectively target and attach to only the negatively-charged fungal membranes based on electrostatic interaction.
After expression in a host cell polylysine (positively charged moeity) would attract the negatively charged drug, a n oligodeoxynucleotide, to bind by electrostatic interaction.
In the mutant structure, the shortening of the amino-terminal region of the A helix by 1 residue results in the formation of an intrachain electrostatic interaction between the N-terminal amino group and [beta]Asp79.
The results indicate that CS might be adsorbed to stearic acid via different mechanisms, including electrostatic interaction and physical adsorption-entrapment.
Once these polymers come into contact with water in or on the body, they self assemble into a new polymer structure that is designed to target bacteria membranes based on electrostatic interaction and break through their cell membranes and walls.
This is due to the fact that metal cations become adsorbed as a result of electrostatic interaction with chloride ions ([Cl.
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