neutral species

neutral species

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(chemistry)
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It is concluded that neutral species (BzV) oxidized back to BzV+, without reacting with bCD.
Bis-p-MPPE was the preferred substrates because with bis-p-MPPE the neutral species is the most reactive species (Behme et al.
It occurs in inorganic and organic compounds; as trivalent (III) and pentavalent (V) oxidation states; and as anionic, cationic and neutral species.
may be mainly attributed to the conversion of the more reactive neutral species of malic acid to less reactive protonated form.
Because of thermodynamic constraints, the doping process (ion ingress and egress) is associated with a transfer of neutral species such as solvents and salts (analogous to osmosis) across the interface between the polymer and its medium of exposure.
Differentiating the expressions for the short-range and long-range force contribution to the excess Gibbs energy one can get activity coefficients for the ions and the neutral species.
Saturation techniques can provide very good results in the case of neutral species like HTO and anionic species (not with high density samples), but they are extremely time consuming for strongly sorbing cationic species or anionic species when using high dry-density samples.
6,7) The plasma (a mixture of electrons, ions and neutral species) generated in the microwave cavity is considered to be non-equilibrium in nature because the electron energy (above 1 eV) is considerably greater than the energies of the ions and neutral species in the plasma; such conditions are highly unusual at atmospheric pressure.
The larger number of sputtered particles ejected from the sample are neutral species and molecules, with atoms dominating.
The absorption spectrum of the neutral species is strongly red shifted relative to that of the parent cinnamic acid.
During an extraction cycle, glucose and neutral species migrate to the cathode, whereas anionic species migrate to the anode.