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Another phenomenon would now have passed before the observer's eye, and the molecules situated on the plane of the equator, escaping like a stone from a sling of which the cord had suddenly snapped, would have formed around the sun sundry concentric rings resembling that of Saturn.
The speeding molecules typically lose their extra kinetic energy in one of two ways: They transfer it as heat to another molecule via a collision, or they radiate a photon.
The process of activating T cells involves a number of proteins, including the "T-cell receptor," a molecule on the surface of a T cell that recognizes and binds to proteins from the cells or tissues that will subsequently be attacked by the immune system.
Sugar (sucrose)--a natural plant product--is a molecule (two or more atoms joined together by a chemical bond) made up of 12 atoms of carbon, 22 atoms of hydrogen, and 11 atoms of oxygen (see diagram, right).
Curiously, an important part of the chlorophyll molecule is almost identical to a part of hemoglobin, which carries oxygen through our bloodstreams.
Single molecule methods provide an alternative set of approaches that will lead to a more direct view of the action of individual molecules without the need to infer process or function from static structures.
When one molecule is adjacent to another, the molecules cannot nest tightly because of this irregularity.
What you're describing with the phrase molecular nanotechnology is a completely different approach which rests on the principle that your first building block is the molecule itself.
The first hurdle was to determine that the AAGP(TM) molecule was stable and lacked toxicity.
In straight hair, bonds form between adjacent molecules; when a molecule bonds with another molecule further down the line, it creates a curl or wave.
A molecule with a knack for picking up and delivering atoms may prove a useful tool for atomic-scale construction.
But if you could see a water molecule, it would be shaped like a V (see molecule diagram, p.
The partnership will allow the ISB access to Helicos' True Single Molecule Sequencing (tSMS(TM)) technology and protocols for use in its scientifically groundbreaking research projects.
At the beginning of the dance, a catalyst molecule joins with one starting molecule, forming a chemical ring.
Using only 5mg/ml of the GCD-5-A molecule, skin cells stressed with 2-hours of UV-C radiation were preserved to almost 100% viability for 6-days while all the untreated cells were dead.