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chemical reactivity

[′kem·i·kəl rē‚ak′tiv·əd·ē]
(chemistry)
The tendency of two or more chemicals to react to form one or more products differing from the reactants.
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Sepiolite fibers with higher chemical reactivity were prepared by removing the lower amounts of Mg (20% and 33%).
It also exhibits the desirable prospect of benefiting future studies aimed at understanding the chemical reactivity of the colored products with larger molecular weights that are obtained when reducing sugars react with proteins and peptides.
1) was selected in order to complement historical GARD data for 51 chemicals and to represent a relevant choice of chemicals, balanced in terms of chemical reactivity class and use in consumer products.
It is therefore critical to obtain chemical reactivity data under the desired and undesired process conditions via experimental testing, to ensure the safety of a chemical process.
Indeed, there exist in the literature many other methods for the computation of the chemical reactivity descriptors considered in this work [27-29].
(x) till the modeling of anti-inflammatory activities of clinical drugs acting through ionization processes in special [55] and by chemical reactivity indices and DFT in general [56-62].
The free valance index is a measure of chemical reactivity. The measurement of the free valance index involves determination of the degree of bonding of that atoms in a molecule to adjacent atoms relative to their theoretical maximum bonding power Coulson defines the free valance index Fr as follows :
Our pre-formula-tion process offers characterization of physical properties, powder characterization, chemical reactivity, forced degradation and excipient compatibility studies as well as toxicity batch manufacture.
(H and O are the two extremes on the chemical reactivity or redox scale.) In contrast to the glaring self-contradiction of an oxymoron, a hydromoron is a glaring redundancy like each of the three pairs in this telling headline:
Knowing the great properties of silicone, such as thermal stability, low toxicity, low chemical reactivity, high resistance to impact, tissue feeling and Eco-friendly, we combine material advantages to create a better life.
SMA's special properties derive from the combination of polar maleic anhydride (which also contributes stiffness, thermal stability, and chemical reactivity) and non-polar styrene (which also provides processing ease).

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