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Application of Molecular Hydrodynamics to Astrophysical Flows. II Unconditional Stability

Application of Molecular Hydrodynamics to Astrophysical Flows — Bondi-Hoyle-Lyttleton Accretion Flow —

Molecular cloud formation in high-shear, magnetized colliding flows

Molecular gas in the Perseus cooling flow galaxy, NGC 1275

Relativistic Effects in Transverse Flow in the Molecular Dynamics Framework

Integral field spectroscopy of Hα emission in cooling flow cluster cores: disturbing the molecular gas reservoir*

Efficient cytosolic delivery of molecular beacon conjugates and flow cytometric analysis of target RNA

A molecular beacon, bead-based assay for the detection of nucleic acids by flow cytometry

REPRINT DYNAMICS OF CONCENTRATED POLYMER SYSTEMS PART 2.—MOLECULAR MOTION UNDER FLOW

Alternative Electron Flows (Water–Water Cycle and Cyclic Electron Flow Around PSI) in Photosynthesis: Molecular Mechanisms and Physiological Functions

Molecular control mechanisms of lysine and threonine biosynthesis in amino acid-producing corynebacteria: Redirecting carbon flow

Origin of High-Speed Non-Thermal Flow Due to the Collisions of Molecular Cloud Clumps

Molecular Characterization of a Diagnostic DNA Marker for Domesticated Tetraploid Wheat Provides Evidence for Gene Flow from Wild Tetraploid Wheat to Hexaploid Wheat

Flow sorting of C-genome chromosomes from wild relatives of wheat Aegilops markgrafii, Ae. triuncialis and Ae. cylindrica, and their molecular organization

 

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The flow of a gas through a pipe in which the mean free path of gas molecules is large compared to the dimensions of the pipe. This occurs at low pressures; because most collisions are with the walls of the pipe rather than other gas molecules, the flow characteristics depend on the relative molecular mass of the gas rather than its viscosity. The effect was studied by M. H. C. Knudsen (1871–1949).

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