How to Pronounce intramolecular?

Correct pronunciation for the word "intramolecular" is [ˌɪntɹəməlˈɛkjʊlə], [ˌɪntɹəməlˈɛkjʊlə], [ˌɪ_n_t_ɹ_ə_m_ə_l_ˈɛ_k_j_ʊ_l_ə].

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"Intramolecular" in context

Intramolecular is a term used to describe the interactions between atoms, molecules, ions, or other particles coming from the same molecule. These interactions are one of the most basic principles in chemistry and biology, as they affect a molecule's structure, shape and behaviour. Intramolecular forces include a variety of mechanisms such as covalent and ionic bond formation, hydrogen bonding, electrostatic attraction, and the hydrophobic effect. The strength of the intramolecular forces will determine the stability of the compounds and the energy stored in them.

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