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reactant

a substance that participates in a chemical reaction, esp a substance that is present at the start of the reaction

Reactant

 

a technical term for any of the substances that enter into a chemical reaction. Reactants used in laboratory work are called chemical reagents.

reactant

[rē′ak·tənt]
(chemistry)
A substance that reacts with another one to produce a new set of substances (products).
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As can be seen, the reactants show a much higher conversion under cross flow catalysis than static catalysis at every reaction time.
Also anti-IL-1 therapies have been reported to suppress acute phase reactants and fever attacks in colchicine-resistant patients with FMF, who have amyloidosis.
CRP and ESR are both positive acute phase reactants which means their level rises with inflammation8.
Hence a quick qualitative estimation of the plastic grain sizes may help in deciding the most suitable, reactant quantities, and parameters for its uniform dissolution in volatile solvents.
Although search of the literature yielded numerous studies involving acute-phase reactants in FMF patients, no long-term study investigating the relationship between gene mutation and acute-phase reactants in attack-free FMF patients was identified.
Indoor concentration, distribution, and residence time are main aspects to describe the characteristics of both reactants and reaction products.
66 mL, 2 mmole) was added dropwise to the reactants mixture at room temperature.
In one case, they produce bubbles loaded with one of the two reactants, sodium sulphide or cadmium chloride.
dwell time) inside the high speed, high pressure, and high shear environment, forces the reactants to interact at a nanoscale level.
By changing the chemical makeup of the reactants used to form and cure shell sand, one can now find a product with fewer hazardous air pollutants and eliminated odor.