monolayer

A single layer of any molecule, but most commonly applied to polar lipids. Can be formed at an air/water interface in experimental systems. The term should not be used to describe one layer of a lipid bilayer, for which the term `leaflet' is generally used. See also monolayering of cells.

Monolayer

A monolayer is a single, closely packed layer of atoms, molecules, or cells. In some cases it is referred to as a Self-assembled monolayer. == Chemistry == A Langmuir monolayer or insoluble monolayer is a one-molecule thick layer of an insoluble organic material spread onto an aqueous subphase. Traditional compounds used to prepare Langmuir monola...
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monolayer

<chemistry> A single layer of any molecule, but most commonly applied to polar lipids. Can be formed at an air/water interface in experimental systems. The term should not be used to describe one layer of a lipid bilayer, for which the term leaflet is generally used. ... See: monolayering of cells. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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monolayer

(mon″o-la┬┤әr) a single layer, used especially of the growth of cells in culture or of uniformly oriented polar (especially lipid) molecules. pertaining to or consisting of such a layer.
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