Rigid structure

 

As used in this volume, a covalent structure that is reasonably stiff. In a typical rigid structure, all modes of deformation encounter first-order restoring forces resulting from some combination of bond stretching and angle bending; such a structure cannot undergo deformation by bond torsion alone. Meeting this condition usually requires a polycyclic diamondoid structure

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