December 12, 2019, 06:19:20 AM
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Topic: What does it mean if a molecule has only one extreme electrostatic extreme?  (Read 270 times)

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Offline d0_0b

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And nothing else. This thing I was working on this afternoon (a .05 nm EBT that works on curved surfaces) created this other material after some tinkering. I know what to do with the EBT by patenting it and leasing it to a semiconductor company that works in that field, but what does the other mean? I thought if it had one it was mean to have the other as well, but I’ve honestly only been fussing with this sort of thing this morning as a way to pass the time. Thanks for your help.

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