equimolecular


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equimolecular

(ˌiːkwɪməˈlɛkjʊlə)
adj
(Chemistry) (of substances, solutions, etc) containing equal numbers of molecules
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The equation of carbamide reaction with formaldehyde at equimolecular ratio of components, leading to formation of linear structure prepolymers (monomethylol ureas) has the following form:
Struvite or MAP (Magnesium Ammonium Phosphate) is a white or sometimes yellowish crystalline substance which is consisting of equimolecular ratios of magnesium, Ammonium and phosphate.
We estimated that an equimolecular ratio between the metal and the reducing species would not enhance stabilization effects of the dendrimer, since these molecules are stoichiometrically available as host for the preorganization of the gold (see Scheme 2(d)).
For the synthesis of antimony oxide, the solutions were prepared by adding antimony chloride (0.1 M, 50.0 mL) and urea (0.1 M, 50.0 mL) in double distilled water in equimolecular proportion.
o-Aminothiophenol and thienylidene malononitrile 132 (equimolecular ratios) upon heating under reflux in EtOH containing piperidine for 30 min gave 2-amino-3-cyano-4-(2-thienyl)[1,5]benzothiazepine 135 in good yield.