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isosteric

[¦ī·sə¦ster·ik]
(chemistry)
Referring to similar electronic arrangements in chemical compounds.
(physics)
Of equal or constant specific volume with respect to either time or space.
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For practical reasons, in this study, not only the isosteric heat, named the net isosteric heat of sorption, was calculated but also calculated the integral isosteric heat of sorption, which includes the net isosteric heat of sorption and the latent heat of vaporization of free water.
The net isosteric heat of sorption is the difference between the isosteric heat and pure water vaporization energy ([L.
2] uptake and isosteric heat of adsorption for HCPs are listed in Table 3.
The main difference between these two compounds and other isosteric molecules is, for example, the rotational freedom of the aliphatic chain in chlorpromazine vs the fixed configuration of chlorprothixen.
Isosteric heats of water vapor sorption in two castor varieties.
The energy required to remove a specific volume of water bound to a material is higher than that used to vaporize an equal amount of free water under the same conditions of temperature and pressure, the difference in energy is called as isosteric heat of sorption, which is considered an indicator of the intermolecular attractive forces between the sorption sites and water vapor.
Similarly t he values of isosteric heat of biosorption ( H ) were decreased with increase in surface coverage () which indicated that the surface of the P.
These compounds have the potential for the preparation of charged tris(pyrazolyi)borate ligand (Tp), the neutral and isosteric analogues, tris(pyrazolyl)methane (Tpm)and tris(pyrazolyl)silane (Tps),which are useful in the design of new metal complexes with varied properties and reactivities.
Synthesis of a homovanillic acid immunogen that incorporates an isosteric group designed to generate antibodies with improved specificity.
Based on this, the objective of this study is to investigate the alterations in thermodynamic properties (integral isosteric heat of sorption, differential entropy, Gibbs free energy, and enthalpy-entropy compensation theory) of drying and sorption processes due to controlled damage, which approximates to the practical conditions at the production site and industry.