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As a crude estimate of the largest molecular area this specific structure could have, one can assume the top view of the molecule to be a circle with a diameter of 28 Â. Even with this overestimation, the calculated molecular area is only 616 Â . The isotherms show a measurable surface pressure beyond 700 Â suggesting that the molecules indeed take a rather flat and extended shape at the air-water interface. ch003 2 28 Â Figure 7. Expanded structure of PE-MB012 obtained from molecular modeling calculations: (a) top view and (b) side view.
The direction of band rotation and the resulting flow field are shown. A line of flow stagnation exists along the center line, (b) Top view of the four-row m i l l to produce extensional flow. The direction of roller rotation and the resulting flow field are shown. A stagnation point of the flow field exists at the center of the device. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1998. ch004 49 -10 -5 0 5 10 Distance (mm) Figure 3. Sulfur particle trajectories and best fit hyperbolic streamlines for D P P C monolayers subject to flow i n the four r o l l mill.
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