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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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The activity coefficients of singly charged (y') and doubly charged (y") ions increase.
It would seem as if the self-association of solvents is the reason for a high activity coefficient of gas solute.
Finally, from the activity coefficient values at different temperatures, the values of the heats of vaporization of the solvent ([[DELTA].sub.vap][H.sub.1]) can be obtained (Eq.
Activity coefficients [[gamma].sub.i] (based on mole fraction scale) for different species present in the liquid phase are calculated from modified Clegg-Pitzer equation in the "activity coefficient model".
where [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] are the molality, activity coefficient, and activity of cadmium ions at equilibrium conditions, respectively.
First, three important parameters that determine the extractive ability of the ILs which are predicted using COSMO-RS were basically calculated from the estimated activity coefficient ([gamma]) at infinite dilution.
This is associated with the effect of aluminium on the oxygen activity coefficient.
With that given, the obtained values for the research activity coefficient, points out the important percent of this variable in IBP evolution.
where [[gamma].sub.i] is the activity coefficient of component i in the liquid phase and [[LAMBDA].sub.ij] are expressed as
By requiring the students to examine the effect on the separation hardware required by considering a system as ideal, by using an equation of state and an activity coefficient procedure, we hope that they will begin to recognize the importance of this issue.
The weight faction activity coefficient, [[OMEGA].sub.i], is given as:
where [M.sub.Ti] is the molar mass of titanium (the alloy base element), kg/mol; [M.sub.i] is the molar mass of a respective alloying element, kg/mol; [alpha].sub.i] is the condensation coefficient; [[gamma].sub.i] is the activity coefficient of the i-th element in the melt; [p.sup.0.sub.i] is the equilibrium pressure of the element vapors above the molten metal surface, Pa; R = 8.314 j/(kg-K) is the universal gas constant; T is the absolute melt temperature, K.
Between the intelligence and the activity coefficient, there can be an equal sign, on condition that there is a sufficient capacity for the development of a particular activity, but also the necessary knowledge.