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  • noun

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Synonyms for activity

energetic physical action

Synonyms for activity

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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As the system is operating at 1 bar, the activity coefficient approach is sufficient to predict the vapor-liquid equilibrium.
i], T) is the activity coefficient of species i as function of liquid composition [x.
13 Greek Letter [zeta] dimensionless distilled mass [alpha] nonrandomness factor in the polymer NRTL model [gamma] I activity coefficient [PHI] I volume fraction in the polymer NRTL model [tau] parameter in the polymer NRTL model Subscripts ai id Superscripts 1D cis formed component 2D trans formed component D double bond E esterification i,j component indexes I isomerization s saturated component Abbreviations Cis cis formed component COOH acid end group Dbb unsaturated double bond in MA DP degree of polymerization E ester FA fumaric acid MA MA end group MAD maleic anhydride OH hydroxyl group [POLY.
2/kmol amine [gamma] activity coefficient [psi] objective function for regression Subscripts a, X anion c, M cation n,n' neutral solvent species cal calculated value ex experimental value s solvent i ionic or neutral solute w water solvent
Apparent activity coefficients for the monomer species, as a function of their concentration in solution, are computed from the van Laar coefficients: [A.
Apparent activity coefficients for the pure components were computed using NRTL [26].
As such, apparent activity coefficients for lower alcohols diluted into hydrocarbon solutions are often very much greater than one.
In the absence of alcohols, physical interaction theories for nonideal behavior adequately model the activity coefficients.
The value of "n" is relatively unimportant because activity coefficients are somewhat insensitive to "n" as it becomes large.