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molecular movement

molecular movement in Medicine

molecular movement n.
See Brownian movement.

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  • Might not a molecular movement counterbalance the effect of gravity?

    Mysterious Psychic Forces Camille Flammarion
  • Heat is nothing but molecular movement, the violent oscillation of the particles of a body.

    All Around the Moon Jules Verne
  • This is occasioned by a molecular movement which results in a change of length of the bar.

    The Telephone A. E. Dolbear
  • When the ether wave strikes the second wire there is a molecular movement from a state of rest to a state of static strain.

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