from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Consisting of more than one molecule.
- adj. Of greater complexity than a molecule.
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- adj. consisting of many molecules; of scale or complexity greater than that of a molecule
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Composed of an aggregation of molecules; of greater complexity than a molecule.
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Over the years, the studies in supramolecular chemistry in my laboratory at the Université Louis
These so-called supramolecular forces, such as hydrogen bonds, also help to trap water molecules between the clay sheets.
In cells, self-organization emerges in part from so-called supramolecular (non-covalent) interactions of proteins-with-proteins and proteins with other molecules.
In cells, self-organization emerges in part from so-called supramolecular (non-covalent) interactions of proteins with proteins and other molecules.
Meijers group introduced a new class of materials, called supramolecular polymers.
Indeed, only the theory of evolution, combined with the realization that events at any supramolecular level are consistent with molecular events, could reasonably account for such a congruence between lines of evidence obtained independently, namely amino acid sequences of homologous polypeptide chains on the one hand, and the finds of organismal taxonomy and paleontology on the other hand.
A supramolecular aggregation of lipids, e.g. a mono- or bilayer, would be IChemModel too.
At the very least as introductory research into supramolecular chemistry and chemical kinetics relevant to OOL research.
Having chosen chemistry as specialization when I went to university, and with a minor in supramolecular chemistry, this is a something I do relate to.
A concept common in understand supramolecular phenomenon, but I have not seen this applied to docking before.