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The concept of delocalization is more commonly used in recent times, but because there is not a unanimously accepted definition of it, its myriad implications remain unknown to some people.
The proton-electron delocalization process is possible under the effect of temperature change or upon illumination with electromagnetic radiation of a specific wave length.
As previously stated nucleus and electron share a unique uncertainty radial range: in general the greater m the closer its delocalization extent around the nucleus.
In Polythiophenes, nonlinear optical properties can be tuned by attaching an alkyl chain to the thiophene ring, which enhances the delocalization of [pi]-electrons in the polymer.
They show that through the "interplay of delocalization and relocalization, religion gives rise to hybrid individual and collective identities" (p.
A high priority will also be placed on international business, with programs devoted to intercultural issues, European business and delocalization in China.
Wood, Duquesne University School of Law, "International Commercial Arbitration and Punitive Damages: Where Delocalization Stops and Mandatory Rules Begin.
After ionization with gamma ray or electron beam, the orientation of the rings could be altered, which would allow greater interaction and thus charge delocalization.
Normally molecules are stabilized by delocalization of electrons, whereby they may be located in more than one part of the molecule.
Global empire and essentialism come together in African American studies, which rejects delocalization as well as nativism.
A greater degree of electron delocalization is consistent with this observation.
The direct relationship between the hydrogen bond strength and the charge delocalization energy (M-1) allows estimation of the hydrogen bond strength for conformer (I).
12 Delocalization and Migration of Excitation Energy and Charge in Supramolecular Systems
Fully accounting for charge and energy carrier delocalization, intermolecular hybridization and quantum superposition of Frenkel and charge-transfer excitations, this approach has the potential to disclose molecular and supramolecular requirements for an efficient ultra-fast multiplication of excitations and their subsequent splitting through hot charge-transfer states, or for the tuning of semiconductor properties by chemical doping.