chemical equilibrium

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Related to chemical equilibrium: equilibrium constant, Le Chatelier's principle
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Noun1.chemical equilibrium - a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rateschemical equilibrium - a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates
acid-base balance, acid-base equilibrium - (physiology) the normal equilibrium between acids and alkalis in the body; "with a normal acid-base balance in the body the blood is slightly alkaline"
chemical reaction, reaction - (chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others; "there was a chemical reaction of the lime with the ground water"
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This design processes the polyester so that the chemical equilibrium reaction of hydrolysis is influenced toward long chain molecules by extracting moisture in the melt phase, thereby ensuring the necessary viscosity.
However, a better alternative to this would be to use a validated chemical equilibrium model to simulate [[sigma].
However new simulations, developed on LLNL's supercomputers Rzcereal and Aztec, Goldman used much more computationally efficient models and was able to capture hundreds of picoseconds of the impacts-much closer to chemical equilibrium.
While the global vision behind this proposal is to build the foundation for a technological implementation of active nanomaterials that operate far from chemical equilibrium, the research itself is purely fundamental.
Physical and chemical equilibrium for chemical engineers, 2d ed.
CTI's reactor is a mechanical device which operates primarily on the principles of kinetic energy, chemical equilibrium, electro chemical principles and controlled hydrodynamic cavitation.
Windermere Humic Acid Model (WHAM) is a chemical equilibrium speciation model, which can predict the chemical forms of metals, with particular reference to the effect of natural organic substances (humic acids).
This method is doomed to some downsides like insufficient mixing, escape of some compounds at such high temperatures which prevents chemical equilibrium to be achieved.
Some examples of topics discussed include elimination of eutrophication through resource recovery, wastewater treatment and the green revolution, quantifying phosphorous recovery potentials by full-scale process analysis and modeling, validation of a comprehensive chemical equilibrium model for predicting struvite precipitation, social and economic feasibility of struvite recovery from urine at the community level in Nepal, chemical recycling of phosphorous from piggery wastewater, phosphorous recovery from eluated sewage sludge ashes by nanofiltration, remediation of phosphorous from animal slurry, sewage treatment to remove ammonium ions by struvite precipitation, and treating solid dairy manure by using the microwave-enhanced advanced oxidation process.
2] is expressed by the zwitterions reaction mechanism of Danckwerts (1979) and over a range from the moderate chemical reaction rate region to the chemical equilibrium region.
This state in which concentrations no longer change is called chemical equilibrium.
There is no apparent reason to consider that the chemical equilibrium is not fulfilled during this process (Kuhl et al.

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