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/ˈmäləˌkyo͞ol/,
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molecules, plural;
  1. A group of atoms bonded together, representing the smallest fundamental unit of a chemical compound that can take part in a chemical reaction


  1. (physics and chemistry) the simplest structural unit of an element or compound
  2. atom: (nontechnical usage) a tiny piece of anything
  3. (molecular) relating to or produced by or consisting of molecules; "molecular structure"; "molecular oxygen"; "molecular weight is the sum of all the atoms in a molecule"
  4. molecular(a): relating to simple or elementary organization; "proceed by more and more detailed analysis to the molecular facts of perception"--G.A. Miller
  5. A molecule is defined as an electrically neutral group of at least two atoms in a definite arrangement held together by very strong (covalent) chemical bonds. Molecules are distinguished from polyatomic ions in this strict sense. ...
  6. Molecule is a brand of fabric care products manufactured by Molecule Labs in Benicia, California. Molecule Technical Fabric Care System is designed to clean, protect, and refresh Nomex and other technical fabrics. ...
  7. Molecule is a fictional character, a DC Comics superhero created by Geoff Johns and Tony Daniel. In name and appearance, he is a teenage counterpart of The Atom. Molecule first appeared (as a scrapbook image) in Teen Titans #38 (2006).
  8. (Molecules (journal)) Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049) is a journal of synthetic chemistry and natural product chemistry. It started publication in 1996 and is an open access publication.
  9. (Molecular (Mutant X)) Mutant X is a science-fiction television series that debuted on October 6, 2001. The show was created by Marvel Studios, and it centers around Mutant X, a team of "New Mutants" who possess extraordinary powers as a result of genetic engineering. ...
  10. The smallest particle of a specific element or compound that retains the chemical properties of that element or compound; a group of atoms held together by chemical bonds; A tiny amount
  11. (molecules) into a form useable by the organism.
  12. (molecules) very small particles of matter
  13. (Molecular) lines of flight or escape: see relative and absolute deterritorialization - molecular lines are the real life lines, lines of creation and also self-abolition. ...
  14. a crease pattern which when folded flat has its perimeter lie along a common line and for which specified points along the perimeter (the tangent points) become coincident in the folded form.
  15. A group of atoms held together by chemical forces. A molecule is the smallest unit of a compound that can exist by itself and retain all of its chemical properties.
  16. Chemical combination of two or more atoms of the same chemical element (such as O2) or different chemical elements (such as H2O).
  17. Group of atoms held together by chemical bonds; the typical unit manipulated by nanotechnology.
  18. The smallest particle of a substance that retains the properties of the substance and is composed of one or more atoms.
  19. Two or more atoms joined together by chemical bonds.
  20. The smallest particle of an element or compound which exists independently.
  21. In propositional logic, a compound proposition as opposed to a simple proposition or atom. See atom; compound proposition.
  22. does not necessarily correspond to the modern conception of two or more atoms chemically bound together. Avogadro, for example, meant something like "ultimate particle of a substance"; his elementary molecule corresponds to a modern atom and his composite molecule to a modern molecule. (See atom.)
  23. A tightly bound collection of atoms held together by the electromagnetic fields of the atoms. Molecules, like atoms, emit and absorb photons at specific wavelengths.
  24. A molecule is two or more atoms joined together by chemical bonds. This may result in two atoms of the same molecule, such as chlorine, Cl2, or by combining elements as in ammonia, NH3. A molecule can be considered the smallest unit representitve of that compound which possesses all its properties.
  25. A chemically unique aggregate of at least two atoms (see also elements).  The atoms are linked to each other by chemical (covalent) bonds. All matter is made up of molecules. Free atoms are rarely found but are important in the form of salts or metal ions in water.