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- molecules. Molecules as components of matter are common. They also make up most of the oceans and atmosphere. Most organic substances are molecules....
- Many drugs are small molecules. Larger structures such as nucleic acids and proteins, and many polysaccharides are not small molecules, although their constituent...
- to a molecule or its chemical groups having an electric dipole moment, with a negatively charged end and a positively charged end. Polar molecules must...
- Movement". ASH Clinical News. "Molecules". NLM Catalog. National Center for Biotechnology Information. Retrieved 2019-07-11. "Molecules". 2020 Journal Citation...
- large molecule, such as a protein. They are composed of thousands of covalently bonded atoms. Many macromolecules are polymers of smaller molecules called...
- signals are carried by molecules that are released by one cell and move to make contact with another cell. Signaling molecules can belong to several chemical...
- Diatomic molecules are molecules composed of only two atoms, of the same or different chemical elements. The prefix di- is of Gr**** origin, meaning "two"...
- distinct class of biological molecules in the eighteenth century by Antoine Fourcroy and others, distinguished by the molecules' ability to coagulate or flocculate...
- trivial identity). Asymmetric molecules are always chiral. The following table shows some examples of chiral and achiral molecules, with the Schoenflies notation...
- and a hydrogen source like water into simple sugars and other organic molecules by autotrophic organisms using light (photosynthesis) or other sources...