rate constant


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rate constant

The speed of a chemical reaction. It varies with absolute (Kelvin) temperature.
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The elimination half-life and elimination rate constant after oral administration of atorvastatin was calculated as 6.
Equilibrium constant and rate constant subscript numbers refer to equation numbers.
where k id and C are the intra-particle diffusion rate constant and boundary layer thickness, respectively.
where [(RA)] is the concentration of the isomerized ligand--receptor complex bound at time t, exponent coefficient d is the apparent rate constant of the reaction, and c is the specific binding at equilibrium.
Sw and Sm are substrates in aqueous and micellar pseudo phase respectable; K'w and K'm are the related first order rate constants and Ks is the binding constant (Domingos et al.
Therefore, the rate of the formation of an embryo should be proportional to the volume fraction of the amorphous melt, 1-f, with an embryo formation rate constant of [k.
where C is the damage rate constant and n is the damage exponent.
Where, k is the reaction rate constant, R is the gas constant, T is temperature, A is Arrhenius constant and E or [E.
The ordinary differential equations (ODEs) were obtained in aqueous parts namely extracellular domain cytoplasm and nucleus whereas partial differential equations (PDEs) whereas ktetrol stood for rate constant.
For sonochemical experiments, a 10-fold increase in the initial concentration of pyridine leads to a 5-fold decrease on the rate constant of the process.
Equation 1-3 show the mechanism of reaction, equation 4 is the Langmuir Hinshelwood equation for steady state condition, equation 5 is the reaction rate equation whereas equation 6 is rate constant equation and equation 7 shows the integrated model.