ionic equilibrium

ionic equilibrium

[ī′än·ik ‚ē·kwə′lib·rē·əm]
(physical chemistry)
The condition in which the rate of dissociation of nonionized molecules is equal to the rate of combination of the ions.
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These factors include the lack of micro- and macronutrients, very low pH, which affects the ionic equilibrium, generation of inhibitory microorganisms, secondary reactions, and inadequate temperature and oxygen concentrations (Teixeira et al., 2009; Zinnai et al., 2013).
Keywords: Alkanolamine; Equilibrium modeling; Carbon capture; Absorption; Ionic equilibrium.
When used in conjunction with GEs cloud-based LoSALT ionic equilibrium model, refineries can obtain greater quantification of system performance by automating system salt and dew point temperature calculations.
When axons are demyelinated, channels between the inside and outside of the axon are exposed, in turn causing disruption in the ionic equilibrium needed for neural transmission.
Individual chapters discuss spectroscopic methods of analysis, polymer chemistry, general organic chemistry, organic name reactions, stereisomerism, electrochemistry and ionic equilibrium, chemical kinetics, phase equilibrium, corrosion, water and water treatment, fuels, environmental pollution, advanced theory of chemical bonding, coordination chemistry, solid state chemistry, and experimental chemistry.