binding energy

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Synonyms for binding energy

the energy required to separate particles from a molecule or atom or nucleus

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This extra Unruh binding energy is far smaller in the case of the electron.
2 kcal/mol) binding energy were obtained for the wild type (Figure 4) and R162 Q (Figure 5) of CYP3A4 enzyme respectively.
The selection criteria for potential lead candidates were, compounds having binding energy and binding affinity good are equal to that calculated for the cocrystalized ligands, interaction with the important active site residues.
AB] are the pair potential energy between atoms A and B, the binding energy (potential well-depth), a form factor (width of the potential), the interatomic distance, and the equilibrium distance, respectively.
The DFT analysis of metal complexes for the selective nitrogen removal from the syngas based on binding energy criteria are done.
3b in the binding energy range of 284-289 eV was fitted with two components: a main state at 286.
It was therefore proposed that the radius of the wire was much smaller than its length, thus having greater radial confinement and, consequently, a more significant contribution to the binding energy.
Docking analyses depend on binding energy values between the ligand and receptor molecule.
She built computer models to find out which would have the lowest binding energy to beta amyloid.
Within this context, we have also studied by XPS the changes in binding energy (BE) of the photoemission peaks and in the [alpha]' parameter of a cation.
Editor Vardeny (physics, University of Arizona) has included perspectives from both sides of the debate on whether the excited state in organic semiconductors is band-like, with electrons and holes in conduction and valence bands similar to regular semiconductors, or whether the photogenerated geminate electron-holes are bound together to form tightly bound excitons with large binding energy.
There is a gradual increase in the binding energy of the valence band with decreasing temperature over the temperature range of 80-233 K.
This is the moment to push for binding energy saving targets because if the targets are not binding, they will remain pie in the sky.