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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According to this model, the rate of reaction and the conversion (a) are related to one another as follows (Eq.
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.
Both epilepsy and migraines appear to be triggered by the same coritcal spreading depression (CSD) in the brain; the difference is the rate of reaction.
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.
Isothermal calorimetry measures the heat a cementitious binder generates in a cement paste or concrete specimen as an indicator for the rate of reaction, which is key to engineering properties such as workability, set time and early strength development.
At fixed [IC] and [HCl] the rate of reaction increased with increase in applied current.
The rate of reaction is strongly influenced by the reaction temperature.
In 2003, the Manchester and Edinburgh team discovered a new law that precisely defines how the rate of reaction between ceramic and water varies over time.
In addition to determining the rate of reaction, new water soluble phosphines are being synthesized in efforts to overcome the limitations of DAPPS and DTBPPS.