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  • n. Plural form of diatomic.


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  • Now we could study at least small polyatomic molecules with at the same penetrating level of detail previously attained only for atoms and diatomics.

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  • Approximate molecular orbital calculations and symmetry-based arguments have been applied by my research group to explore the basic structural features of every kind of inorganic molecule, from complexes of small diatomics to clusters containing several transition metal atoms.

    Roald Hoffmann - Autobiography

  • No diatomics? benzyl alcohol forms this product ... what is it called and what reactions form it?

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  • Knowledge of its phase diagram and other properties gives a hint about the behavior of other diatomics, among which is hydrogen.

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