Structure of Molecules

The three dimensional shape or configuration of a molecule is an important characteristic. This shape is dependent on the preferred spatial orientation of covalent bonds to atoms having two or more bonding partners. Molecules are made of fixed numbers of atoms joined together by covalent bonds, and can range from the very small (even down to single atoms, as in the noble gases) to the very large (as in polymers, proteins or even DNA). The covalent bonds holding the molecules together are very strong, but these are largely irrelevant to the physical properties of the substance. Physical properties are governed by the intermolecular forces - forces attracting one molecule to its neighbours - van der Waals attractions or hydrogen bonds. Structure of Molecules journals are associated with the fields of Molecular Biology, Bio Chemistry and Structural Biology.

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Molecular modelling, Molecular histology, Molecular Evolution, Molecular Diversity, Molecular Breeding, Medical Molecular Morphology.


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