induced reaction


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induced reaction

n.
A chemical reaction caused or accelerated by another simultaneous chemical reaction.
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The gamma ray radiation induced reactions of scission and/or crosslinking is proportional to the extent of surface area covered by polymer molecules, that is, the rate of radiation induced reaction is constant for each monolayer species.
They are seemingly harmless memAAbers of society who are usually too busy trying to make ends meet to think through the effects that their induced reactions may have.
Ahmeti's statement induced reactions from several parties.
Mrs Sanna said that her daughter had suffered allergies since she was a child to nuts, eggs and dairy products and these induced reactions such as asthma, rashes and projectile vomiting.
Additionally, the thermally induced reactions during baking that lead to odor-active substances are essential for the typical pleasant rye crumb flavor.
In both parents, skin testing induced reactions of >15 mm induration; however findings were normal on both chest radiograph and physical examination.