homogeneous reaction


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homogeneous reaction

A chemical reaction taking place between substances which are in the same physical state, e.g. solid, liquid or gas.
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When [H.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] and PTSA were used as catalysts in esterification, homogeneous reaction systems were formed and all exhibited a high citric acid conversion, above 96%, and TBC yield, above 91% (entries 2 and 3).
The kinetic parameters of ultrasound-assisted homogeneous reaction systems were also estimated.
The fluid-solid reaction rate can be obtained using the heterogeneous and homogeneous reaction models.
The synthesis of ZnO is carried out for homogeneous reaction, gas-gas.
The ability to flow assay reagents back and forth through the porous silicon chip results in conditions approaching those of a homogeneous reaction. Vigorous mixing substantially enhances the kinetics of interaction of assay reagents with the immobilized proteins on the chip surface, and improves the removal of nonspecifically bound molecules during washes.
[C.sup.b.sub.i] (i = P or Q) being the bulk concentration of species P and Q and [k.sub.1] and [k.sub.-1] the homogeneous reaction rate constant.
The SABLINA manufacturing process uses ethylene as a feedstock for a one-stage homogeneous reaction that produces a full range of highpurity LAOs, according to a latest report.
Sablin manufacturing process uses ethylene as a feedstock for a one-stage homogeneous reaction that produces a full range of high-purity LAOs.LAOs have a large variety of applications, such as light-cut production of butene-1, hexene-1 and octene-1 used in the growing polyethylene market.
According to current tenets of sonochemistry [1], an ionic homogeneous reaction that cannot switch to a radical pathway should not be susceptible to ultrasound effects.
The quasi-homogeneous model is similar to the power law model of the homogeneous reaction, where the reaction rate is proportional to the concentration of reactants.