This page is about transferability in chemistry. Transferability in economics also exists. Transferability, in chemistry, is the assumption that a chemical property that is associated with an atom or a functional group in a molecule will have a similar (but not identical) value in a variety of different circumstances. Examples of transferable prop
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- the quality of being transferable or exchangeable
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Transferability assumes invariance of properties, associated conceptually with an atom or a fragment present in a variety of molecules. The property, such as electronegativity, nucleophilicity, NMR chemical shift, etc. is held as retaining a similar value in all these occurrences.
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the quality of being transferable or exchangeable; `sterling transferability affords a means of multilateral settlement for....trade between nondollar countries`
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• (n.) The quality or state of being transferable.
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Transferability refers to the possibility of mobilising funds placed in a financial instrument by using payment facilities, such as cheques, transfer orders, direct debits or similar means....
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The ability to apply the results of research in one context to another similar context. Also, the extent to which a study invites readers to make connections between elements of the study and their own experiences.
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