rate of reaction

rate of reaction

[′rāt əv rē′ak·shən]
(chemistry)
A measurement based on the mass of reactant consumed in a chemical reaction during a given period of time.
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It can be seen that the rate of reaction depends significantly on the ratio of the rate constants [k.
The new equipment allows a single workstation to monitor the entire production process of pumping oil, thus increasing the rate of reaction of staff to any events.
Heat emitted is moderate, rate of reaction is moderate.
According to this model, the rate of reaction and the conversion (a) are related to one another as follows (Eq.
As expected the rate of reaction increases with the decrease in particle size of magnesite ore (Fig.
In general kinetic model relates the rate of reaction d[alpha]/dt to some function of [alpha] and T.
A typical reaction format was 20-[micro]L crystalline style extract at an appropriate dilution that provided a linear rate of reaction, 20 [micro]L substrate (final concentration, 20 [micro]M), and 160 [micro]L citrate buffer (pH 5.
We are currently developing technologies to increase the rate of reaction and reduce the temperature of the direct reduction process, as well as considering downstream processing options.
To assist with the experimental set-up, it is often assumed that the rate of reaction doubles with every 10[degrees]C increase in temperature.
As observed, the rate of reaction increased with increasing pH of the solution up to pH 8.