Arrhenius-Madsen theory


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Ar·rhe·ni·us-Mad·sen the·o·ry

(ă-rē'nē-ŭs mad'sĕn),
theory that the reaction of an antigen with its antibody is a reversible one, the equilibrium being determined according to the law of mass action by the concentrations of the reacting substances.

Ar·rhe·ni·us-Mad·sen theory

(ă-rē'nē-ŭs mad'sĕn thē'ŏr-ē)
That the reaction of an antigen with its antibody is a reversible reaction; the equilibrium is determined according to the law of mass action by the concentrations of the reacting substances.

Arrhenius,

Svante, Swedish chemist and Nobel laureate, 1859-1927.
Arrhenius doctrine - the theory of electrolytic dissociation that became the basis of modern understanding of electrolytes. Synonym(s): Arrhenius law
Arrhenius equation - an equation relating chemical reaction rate to the absolute temperature.
Arrhenius law - Synonym(s): Arrhenius doctrine
Arrhenius-Madsen theory - that the reaction of an antigen with its antibody is a reversible reaction.

Madsen,

Thorvald J.M., 1870-1957.
Arrhenius-Madsen theory - see under Arrhenius