Affinity: A mutual attraction or innate congeniality.
Affinity Fraud: Affinity fraud occurs when a dishonest person plays on your affiliation with a group — such as a house of worship, social club, support group, charity, or veterans’ group — as a way to win y . . . View Full Definition
Electron Affinity: The enthalpy change for the addition of one electron to an atom or ion in the gaseous state. For example, the electron affinity of hydrogen is deltah in the reaction H(g) + e- rightarrow H-( . . . View Full Definition
Reverse Bohr Effect: Effect that occurs when lactate builds up in the blood of certain invertebrates and ph decreases, increasing the affinity of hemocyanin for oxygen
Proton Donor: Because a free H+ ion is technically a bare proton, acids are sometimes referred to as 'proton donors' because they release hydrogen ions in solution. The term 'proton donor' is misleading, . . . View Full Definition
Hydrophobic: Water-fearing.Term applied to nonpolar molecules that cannot bond with water.
Preformed Group: A tour group in existence prior to the tour, the members of which share a common bond, interest or organizational affiliation. Also referred to as affinity group.
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Penetration: When the ball is dribbled or passed inside the defensive area toward the basket.