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exothermic

, exothermal
(of a chemical reaction or compound) occurring or formed with the evolution of heat

exothermic

[¦ek·sō′thər·mik]
(physics)
Indicating liberation of heat. Also known as exoergic.

exothermic

Said of a reaction that occurs with the evolution of heat.
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They have a less unpleasant taste than methacrylates, a reduced exothermic reaction, and they can be polished, allowing the clinician to create a more natural-looking temporary.
75, and 1:1 exhibited an exothermic reaction at 150[degrees]C, resins with eq-MRs of 1:2 and 1:3 showed exothermic peaks at 185[degrees]C and resins with an eqMR of 1:4 presented an exothermic peak at 180[degrees]C.
This specific example illustrates how maximum intrapellet temperatures for exothermic reactions are affected by Soret diffusion and Dufour conduction via numerical integration of Equation (22) for pseudo-binary mixtures.
Flow chemistry in micro-reactors has advantages over batch processing: better reproducibility and scalability, improved yields and fewer problems with unstable intermediates or exothermic reactions.
The exothermic reactions that occur because of the oxidizing compounds and the double fluorides enhance penetration of the flux into the oxide build-up.
Exothermic reactions (liberating heat) are accompanied by a reduction of enthalpy H.
A loop reactor has been commissioned for high pressure and highly exothermic reactions for specialty chemicals
Processes that are commonly most hazardous to scale-up are those associated with exothermic reactions (i.
And according to the CDC Office of Health and Safety, most of these are caused by splashes or spills, needle sticks and cuts, back injuries, explosions, fires, exothermic reactions, toxic fumes, mouth pipetting and animal bites or scratches.
Most people refer to materials that can release large amounts of stored chemical energy in rapid exothermic reactions as explosives.