extent of reaction, degree of advancement
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The extent of reaction can, however, be influenced by the heating rate.
You may want to try to quantify the extent of reaction somehow.
The critical extent of reaction for the gel point to be formed is given by:
It is defined as the derivative of the extent of reaction with respect to time.
The extent of reaction is a useful quantity in computations with equilibrium reactions.
Extent of reaction (a topic found most often in chemical engineering kinetics)
The rate of reaction increases with temperature, but the extent of reaction decreases.
( corresponds to the Stoichiometric coefficient and is the differential of the extent of reaction ).
Extents of reaction provide the clearest and most explicit way of representing compositional change, although they are not yet widely used.
Due to the nature of the polymerization mechanism, a high extent of reaction is required to achieve high molecular weight.
The emotional experiences are divided into two dimensions known as valences (how negative or positive the experience was) and arousal (extent of reaction to stimuli).
In physical chemistry, the extent of reaction is a quantity that measures the extent in which the reaction proceeds.
Making a gaseous product in a membrane reactor generally affects the way that pressure affects the extent of reaction at thermodynamic pseudo-equilibrium.
In an ordinary flow reactor, the composition of the exhaust gas is determined by the composition of the feed gas and the extent of reaction.
The extent of reaction to imported fire ant bites is variable depending on the quantity of allergic (IgE) antibodies an individual has already formed.
The critical extent of reaction for gelation can be determined as a function of the properties of the monomer mixture, r, ρ, and f:
This number may change as the reaction proceeds, so you may also want to determine the area as a function of time or extent of reaction as well.
Gel point, the transition point from a polymer solution to gel, is a function of the extent of reaction or the fraction of functional groups reacted.
It is as if there is an element of delayed action with centesimals and we have no means of knowing what the final extent of reaction will be without waiting.
Assuming that it is possible to measure the extent of reaction, p, defined as the fraction of monomers that appear in cross-links, the gel point can be determined.
The changes in the extent of reaction observed between individual experiments, and thus the attendant error bars, were consistent with those observed during the kinetic analyses of other ribozymes.
In order to meet the thermodynamic condition for equilibrium, the Gibbs energy must be stationary, meaning that the derivative of G with respect to the extent of reaction: ξ, must be zero.
The aptazyme modified at P5 (Th1P5) showed less theophylline-dependent enhancement of the extent of reaction than the aptazyme modified at P6 (Th2P6), consistent with the single point assays described above.
Consequently we introduce an explicit variable to represent the degree of advancement of a process, a progress variable ξ for the extent of reaction (Prigogine & Defay, p. 18; Prigogine, pp.
As a result, at pseudo-equilibrium, the extent of reaction is entirely determined by the feed composition and the exhaust equilibrium constant, the latter being determined by the temperature and pressure of the exhaust.