transfer reaction

transfer reaction

[′tranz·fər rē‚ak·shən]
(nuclear physics)
A nuclear reaction in which one or more nucleons are exchanged between the target nucleus and an incident projectile.
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Tenders are invited for Purchase and installation of proton transfer reaction time of flight mass spectrometer for voc measurements qty 01 set
The coupling of chemical reaction to the electron transfer reaction can easily be detected with the help of the shifting of peak potentials as well as by the change in the ratio of peak currents.
The scientists have developed a mechanical model mouth interfaced with proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry, which they are using for the rapid analysis of the release of VOCs under swallowing conditions.
Rollers within the instrument sequentially transfer reaction steps from one "blister" to the next, with results being available in about an hour.
Among the topics are the utility of continuous monitoring in detecting and predicting '"worst case" ground-gas concentrations, proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry as a real-time method for continuous soil organic vapor detection, measuring natural gas emission rates from below-ground pipelines, quality control considerations for soil gas sample collection using direct push and hand-sampling equipment, and assessing vapor migration at chlorinated sites using induced flux measurement.
In this case, the NMR analysis identified the formation of morpholine end groups arising from the attack of neighboring hydroxyl groups, which possibly correspond to the main chain transfer reaction.
1989) Transglycosylation and transfer reaction activities of endo-a-N-acetyl-D-galactosaminidase from Diplococcus (Streptococcus) pneumoniae.
notes that this transfer reaction is important to understand because of its importance to human health.
Investigation of electrochemical oxidation and anodic oxygen transfer reaction on antimony (Laitinen et al.
The use of nanostructures in the modification of the surface of electrodes results in the improvement in the rate of the electron transfer reaction, and consequently, it leads to a reduction in the excessive voltage and an increase in the efficiency of the electrode.