chemical attraction meaning

  "chemical attraction" in a sentence
Noun: chemical attraction
  1. The force attracting atoms to each other and binding them together in a molecule
    - affinity

Derived forms: chemical attractions

Type of: force


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  1. field capacity the point at which the soil contains all the water it can hold by capillary and chemical attraction
  2. We had a chemical attraction to one another.
  3. Hemoglobin has a chemical attraction to oxygen, enabling red blood cells to load up on it as they move through the lungs.
  4. However, research generally fails to make a clear distinction between energy derived from plastic deformation and the cohesive surface-forces, and chemical attraction between atoms or surface molecules.
  5. Specifically, he states  only when two atoms are situated so that their sensitive regions are in contact, or partly overlap, will there be a chemical attraction between them.

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