reaction curve

reaction curve

[rē′ak·shən ‚kərv]
(physical chemistry)
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The specifications and the estimation results can be seen in Tables 1 and 2 for the ILEC reaction curve and CLEC reaction curve respectively.
Bayer must first test the material formulation in free-rise mode to determine the reaction curve (temperature and viscosity rise).
That is, for any possible choice by one's partner, the reaction curve indicates the best possible choice of the row chooser.
Horowitz and Metzger defined a reference temperature at the point of inflexion of the reaction curve and changed the variable T to [theta] using [theta] = T - [T.
The reaction curves have a slope of zero with respect to the receipts from their counterparties (in the case of Bank A, its reaction curve is vertical with respect to the horizontal axis, but has a zero slope with respect to its receipts, which are shown on the vertical axis).
Before the assay, pooled serum and BAL samples were tested to determine appropriate dilution factors for the linear range of the reaction curve.
is negative), then foreign plays an aggressive strategy in order to raise foreign's NTBs in the expectation of moving down home's reaction curve and lowering home's NTBs.
The relationship (if any) between reaction curve slope and the tax paradox of interest is a possible topic for further investigation.
This suggests that the Kevlar fibers have a catalytic effect on the reaction since the maximum of the reaction rate and in general the whole DSC trace is shifted towards much shorter reaction times, as happens with the extent of reaction curve.
The reaction curves obtained using the plates without the antigens were subtracted from the reaction curves obtained using the plates with the antigens.