- of or relating to or caused by molecules: molecular structure.
Origin of molecular
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Examples from the Web for molecular
“Not everyone can do molecular tests, whereas anyone can do a finger stick,” he says.This New Ebola Test Is As Easy As a Pregnancy Test, So Why Aren’t We Using It?
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He plans to build his artificial brain from entirely the bottom up, starting at the molecular level.The Science Community’s Fight Over an Artificial Brain
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Cas9 are the molecular scissors that cut out what he does not like: the normal CCR5 that welcomes in HIV.Gene Editing Could Erase HIV
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As demonstrated in the end-credit sequence, Apocalypse is telekinetic and can use that power down to the molecular level.X-Men’s Post-Credits Apocalypse Scene Explained
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Food that you can eat day after day is real food, unlike the molecular hijinks to be found all around the world.This Book Will Change the Way You Eat
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The field of controversy will never be won by their molecular "Hessians."Life: Its True Genesis
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We cannot, therefore, say what may be the molecular interpretation of these effects.Researches on Cellulose
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They have the molecular ray, and they know no wars; they do not destroy each other.
Arcot accelerated away from it as Fuller hit it with a molecular beam.
Then Arcot shut off the heat beams and turned on the molecular ray.
- of or relating to moleculesmolecular hydrogen
- logic (of a sentence, formula, etc) capable of analysis into atomic formulae of the appropriate kind
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Word Origin and History for molecular
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- Of, relating to, or consisting of molecules.
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