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Synonyms for exothermic

(of a chemical reaction or compound) occurring or formed with the liberation of heat

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75, and 1:1 exhibited an exothermic reaction at 150[degrees]C, resins with eq-MRs of 1:2 and 1:3 showed exothermic peaks at 185[degrees]C and resins with an eqMR of 1:4 presented an exothermic peak at 180[degrees]C.
They have a less unpleasant taste than methacrylates, a reduced exothermic reaction, and they can be polished, allowing the clinician to create a more natural-looking temporary.
The product of the Prater number, which is positive for exothermic reactions, and the intrapellet Damkohler number essentially represents a ratio of the rate of thermal energy generation due to chemical reaction relative to the rate of thermal conduction (i.
Exothermic reactions in kraft pulping arise mostly from the neutralization of native wood acids and the neutralization of acids that form during the cook as carbohydrates and lignin are degraded.
The heat capacity of water allows for the control of the fast exothermic reactions associated with emulsion polymerization.
N0150 diaphragm pumps can be customized with water-cooled heads to prevent pump overheating in process applications where exothermic reactions from helium, xenon, and other gases may produce excessive heat and potentially shorten pump service life.
For example in the case of strongly exothermic reactions like selective oxidation of hydrocarbons, packed bed reactors do not allow a good dissipation of the heat.
In industry, this means paying careful attention to bow the generation of electricity and heat can be done through cogeneration, how heat can be captured and re-used from each stage of a petrochemical process, how exothermic reactions can supply heat for parallel processes.
The exothermic reactions that occur because of the oxidizing compounds and the double fluorides enhance penetration of the flux into the oxide build-up.
Exothermic reactions (liberating heat) are accompanied by a reduction of enthalpy H.