what is the difference between hydrides and hybrides?

Asked by  | 12th Jan, 2012, 10:23: PM

Expert Answer:

Dihydrogen, under certain reaction conditions, combines with almost all elements, except noble gases, to form binary compounds, called hydrides.

Hybrides (or hybride molecular complexes): The formation of a complimentary complex between a probe molecule and a target molecule. This complex is generally tagged with a radioactive label on the probe molecule so that the complex can be located and isolated for further study. Hybrid molecular complexes of the type DNA-DNA, DNA-RNA, and Protein-Protein are frequently used in genetic analysis.

Answered by  | 13th Jan, 2012, 05:07: PM

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