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energetic physical action

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any specific behavior

(chemistry) the capacity of a substance to take part in a chemical reaction

a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings)

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Apparent activity coefficients for the pure components were computed using NRTL [26].
It would seem as if the self-association of solvents is the reason for a high activity coefficient of gas solute.
Finally, from the activity coefficient values at different temperatures, the values of the heats of vaporization of the solvent ([[DELTA].
Computerized design of multicomponent distillation columns using the UNIFAC group contribution method for calculation of activity coefficients.
Similar expressions for logarithm of activity coefficient can be derived for other molecular and ionic solutes.
Activity coefficient of hydrochloric acid from 0[degrees] to 90[degrees] C m 0[degrees] 10[degrees] 20[degrees] 25 [degrees] 30[degrees] 0.
The weight fraction activity coefficient values are important at infinite dilution.
1] is expressed as product of its activity coefficient ([[gamma].
The weight fraction activity coefficient (O1 ) of the solute at infinite dilution can be calculated from following relation [28].
As the system is operating at 1 bar, the activity coefficient approach is sufficient to predict the vapor-liquid equilibrium.
Part 7 Market investment 16 Comparison and analysis of investment activity coefficient and rate of return on investment in Industry 17 Industry investment environment and risks analysis
Quantum mechanical and quantum statistical approaches, leaning heavily on Debye-HEckel theory, are used to derive supramolecular host-guest interactions, interparticle interaction potential, assembly thermodynamics, and magnitude calculations for activity coefficients, van der Waals and ion-dipole forces, and hydrogen bonds.
The results (thermodynamic quan-tities such as the activity coefficients, Harned interaction coefficients, etc.