Definition of Affinities. Meaning of Affinities. Synonyms of Affinities

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- Affinities under **** feudalism were collectives of gentry who follow and support a particular nobleman. Gentry members of affinities gave loyalty to...
- SG-1 Elective Affinities, a novel by Goethe Affinity (medieval), late medieval retainers of a monarch in "**** feudalism" Affinity, West Virginia...
- segregate like water and oil." The term "elective affinities" is based on the older notion of chemical affinities. In the late 19th century, German sociologist...
- Receptor affinity is measured by an inhibition constant or Ki value, the concentration required to occupy 50% of the receptor. Ligand affinities are most...
- electron affinities was used by Robert S. Mulliken to develop an electronegativity scale for atoms, equal to the average of the electrons affinity and ionization...
- the formation of positive ions, electron affinities are the negative ion equivalent. Negative electron affinities can be used in those cases where electron...
- Affinity (1970) is the first album by Affinity, produced by John Anthony, with a cover design by Marcus Keef. On Allmusic, "Affinity" rates 4 out of 5...
- chemical compounds based on their different weak affinities to an immobilized target. The higher affinity a compound has towards the target, the longer it...
- Elective Affinities (French: Les affinités électives) is a 1933 painting by the Belgian surrealist René Magritte. The title is taken from Johann Wolfgang...
- successively greater affinities. A secondary response can elicit antibodies with several fold greater affinity than in a primary response. Affinity maturation primarily...