Stoichiometric Relationship

Stoichiometric Relationship

 

the numerical relationship between the quantities of reacting substances that corresponds to the laws of stoichiometry. Stoichiometric relationships are expressed in whole numbers, which is justified for all gaseous and liquid compounds and for the vast majority of solid compounds. However, as a consequence of certain features of the crystal structure of solid compounds, compounds of variable composition, that is, nonstoichiometric compounds, are encountered; here, the stoichiometric relationships are expressed in fractions.

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Thus, it is possible to receive a product with necessary physical and chemical properties in the conditions of a stoichiometric relationship of initial reagents that will allow using more rationally the corresponding wastage as raw materials.
In spite of these steps and metabolic pathways, a stoichiometric relationship between fatty acids' chain length and energy amount produced in its degradation may be established in algebraic terms.
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Therefore, to obtain the concentration of an element of the equation above and to define the stoichiometric relationship between these elements, the rest of the equation can be theoretically inferred.
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Glover contends that these are separate issues with separate solutions and no stoichiometric relationship.
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