kinetic reaction

kinetic reaction

[kə′ned·ik rē′ak·shən]
(mechanics)
The negative of the mass of a body multiplied by its acceleration.
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With data collected during the esterification step, the following parameters were estimated: kinetic reaction rate constant ([k.sub.e]) and mass transfer rate constants in the liquid phase for EG and water ([k.sup.E.sub.L,EG] A and [k.sup.E.sub.L,H2O] A).
The focus of their study was on updating thermodynamic data and the kinetic reaction mechanism for 2-methyl hexane based on recently published thermodynamic group values and rate rules derived from quantum calculations and experiments.
Tomlin, Analysis of Kinetic Reaction Mechanisms, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin, Germany, 2014.
A single synthetic species [A.sub.(aq)] is injected into the fracture and reacts with the reactive mineral A(s) according to a first-order kinetic reaction with dissolution rate given by the following equation [45]:
Kinetic reaction (22) is negligible to the reaction (12) because [k.sub.22] is about two orders of magnitude smaller than [k.sub.12].
Model-dependent solid-state kinetic analysis employs several solid-state kinetic reaction models g([alpha]).
The absorbance values for each of the three peaks at 460, 530 and 571 nm fitted well in the zero-order kinetic reaction equation:Equation
The extent of mineralisation (TOC reduction) is considered the most suitable to model the kinetic reaction in a myriad wastewater.
Reaction speed [[??].sub.r] is computed for the kinetic reaction and is implicitly determined by the constrain condition imposed for the equilibrium reaction (Poinsot & Veynante, 2005).
"It is the need to bring you into a realm that you don't experience often when you're walking down the street worrying about the state of the economy, how the movement of a leg can have a kinetic reaction in the brain," he says.
Akba[section], "The investigation of thermodynamic parameters of kinetic reaction between o-phenylenediamine and gold (III)," The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, vol.
According to the model-fitting method, kinetic reaction models of solid state are classified in five groups, depending on the reaction mechanism: (1) power law reaction, (2) phase-boundary controlled reaction, (3) reaction order, (4) reaction explained with the Avrami equation, and (5) diffusion controlled reactions.