reaction rate

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reaction rate:

see chemical reactionchemical reaction,
process by which one or more substances may be transformed into one or more new substances. Energy is released or is absorbed, but no loss in total molecular weight occurs.
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Having used the same nitrogen flow and particle size, the different reaction rates between prepolymer crystallized with different techniques should be ascribable to the different mobility of endgroups.
Its shows that, the reaction rates is directly proportional with the temperature of reaction.
The AOK s expected average drug-related reaction rates (proportion of discounted drugs to the drugs dispensed during the contract period) of 70% in the one-partner model and 90% in the three-partner model.
Sean Michaletz, lead author of the study and a postdoctoral researcher at the UA Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology said that this general relationship showed that climate did not influence productivity by changing the metabolic reaction rates underlying plant growth, but instead by determining how large plants could get and how long they could live for.
The temperature of the test chamber is elevated to create accelerated conditions and reaction rates.
Material is organized under the following themes: state-of-the-art theory of kinetics of complex reactions; complexity functions of catalysts and reactants in reactions involving metal complexes; multi-route mechanisms in reactions involving metal complexes; polyfunctional catalytic systems; mechanisms of formation of catalytically active metal complexes; nonlinear effects in reaction dynamics in homogeneous catalysis with metal complexes; a rational strategy for designing kinetic models and studying complex reaction mechanisms; and the effect of medium on reaction rates in homogeneous catalysis with metal complexes.
They tend to have slower reaction rates with polyols and usually need a catalyst.
In addition, having hydroxylic functional groups, the silica nanoparticles will increase curing reaction rates practically," Barghamadi stated.
The adverse reaction rates were not statistically different between the study and control groups.
To assess its effect on infant febrile reaction rates and vaccine responses, researchers conducted two consecutive (primary and booster) controlled trials with 459 healthy infants aged nine to 16 weeks.