ion concentration

ion concentration

[′ī‚än ‚kän·sən′trā·shən]
(physics)
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Bromate formation in disinfected drinking water is influenced by factors such as bromide ion concentration, pH of the source water, the amount of ozone and the reaction time used to disinfect the water.
Chloride Reagents Kits Market: Drivers and Restraints The observed chloride present in the body usually provides a good reference for a diverse clinical remarks, balanced chloride content present in the body helps in maintaining a good ion concentration which helps in following a better stimulation of signals for transferring messages across the body.
The effect of most important parameters i.e., pH (3.5-6.1), initial zinc ion concentration (5-100mg/l), biosorbent dosage (0.1-1g) and contact time (0.5-60sec) have been studied via design expert software (version 8.0.6) of response surface methodology.
Gas exchange, water relations and ion concentration sof salt-stressed tomato and melon plants.
Where Ci is the initial metal ion concentration (mg/L) and KL is the Langmuir equilibrium constant (L/mg).
Sperm swims up a chemical gradient to reach the egg, assisted by a pulsatile rise in calcium ion concentration in the sperm tail that controls its beating.
The cold flow temperature fell to a value of minus 20[degrees] C; the ion concentration reached 1.3 x [10.sup.5] to 1 [cm.sup.3].
For deeper understanding of the resistive switching mechanism in these materials, it is important to know the parameters of the oxygen ion transport, such as the activation energies for the oxygen ion migration, the mobile ion concentration, and mobility.
Moreover, since the ion concentration near a charged interface strongly depends on the distance to its surface, the electrolyte solution permittivity should also depend on this distance.
The free nitrite ion concentration and the X-ray diffraction patterns of cement-based materials with mineral admixtures have been studied.
In some of the earliest studies by Calcote and his coworkers, the concentration of positive ions in the combustion zone of a laboratory hydrocarbon flame (P = 1 atm) was estimated to be about [10.sup.12] ions/cc using a simplistic mechanical model [5, 6] (although later experiments have shown the ion concentrations to be in the range of 109-1010 ions/cc [7, 11].) Calcote and King [10] sought to explain the positive ion concentration deduced from experimental measurements of current in stoichiometric propane-air flames by using equilibrium assumptions.
Several calibration plots were built in order to determine mercury(II) in synthetic samples as a function of the metal ion concentration, keeping the TvL concentration constant at 10 [micro]g x [mL.sup.-1] and 2 minutes in contact with the inhibitor.