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2,1) discard any information about the particle and in fact concern the delocalization ranges of its conjugate dynamical variables only; accordingly they merely acknowledge its spreading throughout the size of [DELTA]x during the time uncertainty range At.
The substitution of the alkoxy group not only enhances the delocalization [pi]-electrons in the copolymer, but also acts as a solubilizing group.
This confirms the assumed link between delocalization extent and energy of the force carriers, which allows identifying [[eta].
For certain electron configurations, however, delocalization lessens stability, and such molecules have been called antiaromatic.
In conclusion, delocalization of iron into poorly exchangeable storage compartments of the mononuclear phagocytic system affects the iron status in males carrying the Hp 2-2 phenotype.
One of the properties could be computed using the various types of resonance energy methods is delocalization energy of electrons.
12~ In this case, alignment of the photoactive molecules in the matrix enhances intra-electron delocalization, and the matrix promotes photo-induced charge separation.
Nanoscale particles are those between 1 and 100 nm, and they obey neither the laws of quantum physics nor of classical physics due to an extensive delocalization of the valence electrons, which can vary depending on size.
Most of them are extensive [pi]-conjugated compounds since [pi]-conjugated oligomers and polymers are considered to possess large third-order optical nonlinearities that can be ascribed to the delocalization of [pi]-electron cloud over the whole chain.
x] have been introduced to define the probability nx that after the measurement interaction the particle delocalization is described by [DELTA]x and no longer by [DELTA]x + [DELTA]x', while an analogous idea holds also for [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; as we have shown, just the probabilities that both initial ranges shrink to new ranges fulfilling eqs.
In the late 1990's, Essilor embarked upon an aggressive global growth strategy involving several acquisitions of prescription laboratories and distributors, as well as the delocalization of production units to Asia.
This peak is usually considered as a measure of the degree of electrons delocalization, and thus it is the characteristic peak for PANI conductivity (24).
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