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stoichiometry

 [stoi″ke-om´ĕ-tre]
the determination of the relative proportions of the compounds involved in a chemical reaction. adj., adj stoichiomet´ric.

stoi·chi·om·e·try

(stoy'kē-om'ĕ-trē),
Determination of the relative quantities of the substances concerned in any chemical reaction, for example, with the laws of definite proportions in chemistry, as in the molar proportions in a reaction.
[G. stoicheion, element, + metron, measure]

stoichiometry

/stoi·chi·om·e·try/ (-om´ĕ-tre) the determination of the relative proportions of the compounds involved in a chemical reaction.stoichiomet´ric

sto·i·chi·om·e·try

(stō'i-kī-om'ĕ-trē)
Determination of the relative quantities of the substances concerned in any chemical reaction, e.g., with the laws of definite proportions in chemistry, as in the molar proportions in a reaction.
[G. stoicheion, element, + metron, measure]

stoichiometry

the determination of the relative proportions of the compounds involved in a chemical reaction.
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The highest extent of reaction is obtained when feed streams reach the chemical equilibrium in the temperature of feed.
The model allows to evaluate not only the curing temperature within the whole thickness of the system "coating + substrate", but also the resulting evolution of the extent of reaction as a function of time.
where x is extent of reaction (1 [greater than or equal to] x [greater than or equal to] 0.
Hardener(s)/DGEBA solutions are prepared at 135[degrees]C in a small reactor with a classical stirring for five minutes in order to keep the extent of reaction under 2% [20].
These studies have faced difficulties in relating changes in ultrasonic velocity to extent of reaction.
So, a direct comparison of the extent of reaction at ll0[degrees]C and 120[degrees]C for 110 min was measured by NIR spectra (18).
This suggests that the Kevlar fibers have a catalytic effect on the reaction since the maximum of the reaction rate and in general the whole DSC trace is shifted towards much shorter reaction times, as happens with the extent of reaction curve.
where Q is the rate of heat liberated per mole of reactants, [omega] is the extent of reaction (fraction transformed), C is the microwave source strength and [eta] is the dimensionaless microwave absorption coefficient.
can be used to describe the viscosity as a function of temperature and extent of reaction by using a temperature and conversion dependent critical exponent.
The extent of reaction, measured by the depression in equilibrium melting temperature, was linear with respect to the annealing time.
Microdielectrometry can be used to record in situ the extent of reaction of the epoxy reactive system for thin layers during radiant heating.