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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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DiTMPTA was used as the acceptor at a stoichiometry of 1:1 donor to acceptor ratio.
Keywords: Substituted bipyridine, Stoichiometry, Bipyridine complexes, Tridentate ligand, Electrochromism, Cyclic voltammetry
As was shown in our previous work, these curves depend on the anode stoichiometry [8].
This field experiment was conducted to evaluate the C, N and P stoichiometry characteristics of winter wheat and soil and their relationship during the anthesis and harvest stages under nitrogen fertilization (0, 180, 360 kg ha-1) in Northwest China.
The topics include atoms and molecules, stoichiometry, the periodic table and atomic structure, chemical bonding and molecular structure, entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium, and nuclear chemistry.
As for science, I still dabbled in it, but it had gotten harder and more frustrating for me to actually learn the principles of physics, or tame my nemesis, aka stoichiometry.
To this end, the raw materials were reduced according to the stoichiometry reaction at various times with various compositions by using the reductive agent of magnesium.
The ligand concentration effect on the distribution ratio was investigated at constant picrate concentration to determine the complex stoichiometry of extracted species.
This substructure may be a function of the film stoichiometry and metal doping.
In order to be confident in the quality of research reagents, we need assurances of the protein's primary structure, presence and stoichiometry of co-factors, tertiary structure and functionality.
Moreover, the 2 methods give very different mean HDL-P values (approximately 5 [micro]mol/L and approximately 30 [micro]mol/L), and neither yields a value consistent with the stoichiometry of apoA-I in HDL (22, 23).
RAY: According to the principles of industrial stoichiometry, whatever goes in has to either stay in or come out.