stoichiometry

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(chemistry) the relation between the quantities of substances that take part in a reaction or form a compound (typically a ratio of whole integers)

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The reader should note that the kinetic model is used not only to calculate the heat released by the exothermal polymerization reaction, but also to deduce the evolution of the extent of reaction calculated from the simulated curing temperature.
We've been working for several years to commercialize this biocatalyst, and now we've identified dszC as the prime determinant of both rate of reaction and extent of reaction," said Energy BioSystem's President and CEO Peter Policastro.
Critical extent of reaction at the gel point of bifunctional epoxy and tetrafunctional crosslinker is reported to be about 57.
The same FDEMS sensor was later attached to a steel pipe for insertion into the pilot plant's reactor for monitoring production batches based on the calibration of the sensor output with extent of reaction from the laboratory experiments.
To predict the extent of reaction at the gel point, Flory and Stockmayer used a statistical approach by calculating when the weight average molecular weight becomes infinite [9, 23].
Here, we present the experimental reaction kinetics (conversion or extent of reaction vs.
Figure 7 shows the extent of reaction ([alpha]) as a function of time for the cured DGEBA/PVPh/DDS mixtures.
In addition, the characteristic peak due to the oxirane ring is not strong enough to be useful as a basis for monitoring the extent of reaction.
For r = 1/2, the extent of reaction is further increased to 95% insoluble.
The objective is to correlate ultrasonic velocity to extent of reaction based on the model experiments of poly(methyl methacrylate) in solution with MMA.
The effects of various processing conditions in a batch mixer and a single-screw extruder on the extent of reaction were assessed.
The extent of reaction [alpha] is represented as a function of the reaction time in the insert to Fig.
where Q is the rate of heat liberated per mole of reactants, [omega] is the extent of reaction (fraction transformed), C is the microwave source strength and [eta] is the dimensionaless microwave absorption coefficient.
can be used to describe the viscosity as a function of temperature and extent of reaction by using a temperature and conversion dependent critical exponent.