chemical reaction

(redirected from Reaction rate)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for chemical reaction

References in periodicals archive ?
Furthermore, the experiments demonstrate in general U-7000 GR results in a higher reaction rate of the silica-silane coupling than U-VN3 GR.
With increasing bovine albumin concentration, the reaction rate of the calibrator gradually decreased.
To understand the kinetics of vulcanization, curing parameters such as reaction rate constant (k), activation energy (E), and curing reaction rate were determined according to the followed equations (10), (32), (33):
This makes it possible to apply the first-order reaction rate model used in peroxide crosslinking simulations to rubber curing.
He adds that calculating reaction rates using simulations has been a challenge for decades and that speeding simulations by an order of magnitude is an important step.
The quasi-homogeneous model is similar to the power law model of the homogeneous reaction, where the reaction rate is proportional to the concentration of reactants.
With increasing pH values, the reaction rate (A/min) for assay of the calibrator increased, but the UN values of the patient's serum and L-consera N remained virtually unchanged (Fig.
This approach is capable of decoupling the rather complicated competitive Michael addition and free radical polymerization mechanisms, thereby leading to the true key kinetic parameters such as the reaction rate constants and activation energy for the Michael addition polymerization.
Some reaction parameters, including electron transfer coefficient, glucose diffusion coefficient, and catalytic reaction rate constant were calculated during the research.
estimated) values of the initial oxygen flux, the reaction order, the oxygen diffusion coefficient through the oxidation product layer, and the surface reaction rate constant were 1.
When you make small particles, the reaction rate increases substantially," says Wei-xian Zhang of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa.
This makes it an effective instrument for measuring the change in reaction rate constants when a series of separate cure tests are run on the same compound at different temperatures.
A public contract to monitor the reaction rate of the studied organic reactions requiring acid-base catalysis.
Since the monomer concentration and the rate parameters in the continuous (polymer-free) and in the dispersed (polymer-rich) phase are in general different, one would expect that the measured reaction rate ([R.
Because astronomers use brightness to determine an elderly star's age, the newly determined reaction rate adds another billion years to the senior citizens of the cosmos.