educt


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educt

(ˈiːdʌkt)
n
(Chemistry) a substance separated from another substance without chemical change. Compare product4
[C18: from Latin ēductus; see educe]
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Three processes have been applied in the industrial scale, whereof the phosgenation route [58, 59] has been abandoned some time ago and the UBE process [60, 61] does not use regeneratively producible educts. Only the ENIChem process [62] can provide a sustainable DMC production.
The reaction orders of the gaseous reaction educts are partly one and partly follow the mass effective law.
An idea, according to Coleridge, is a notion necessarily engaging with all three major faculties: it is abstracted from the understanding, an "educt" (i.e.
This approach was nevertheless attempted to ascertain if PEG chains could be used as alternative, longer spacers (thus more likely to form loops), since the educts for the synthesis of biquats 7 and 8 (1,20-dibromoeicosane and 1,30-dibromotriacontane) are difficult to synthesize in large amounts.
Peng, "Geochemical analysis on educts in the drainage corridor of a big dam over Yangtze River," Journal of Earth Science, vol.