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re·ac·tant

(rē-ak'tănt),
A substance taking part in a chemical reaction.

reactant

/re·ac·tant/ (re-ak´tant) a substance entering into a chemical reaction.

re·ac·tant

(rē-ak'tănt)
A substance taking part in a chemical reaction.

reactant

one of the groups of molecules participating in a reaction, which act upon others to produce new molecules.

re·ac·tant

(rē-ak'tănt)
A substance taking part in a chemical reaction.

reactant

a substance which takes part in a reaction and is altered by it.
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High levels of acute-phase reactants have been measured in asymptomatic individuals with heterozygous MEFV mutations, and inflammation was observed even during the asymptomatic phase in such individuals (6,10-13).
1 L/s), the concentration of reactant A is 60 ppb for outdoor air of ventilation at inlet, and the source intensity of reactant B is 1.
One of them is the changeable reaction speed, which depends on the reactants concentration and the in-reactor temperature.
dwell time) inside the high speed, high pressure, and high shear environment, forces the reactants to interact at a nanoscale level.
The concentrations of reactants and products were analyzed by using a gas chromatograph (DsChrom6200, Donam Co.
Both models also show an interaction term between throughput and reactant level.
In both biology and business, changes do not occur in isolation and they depend on multiple reactants, enzymes, energy carriers and products acting in concert.
Results of the % Yield with the different reactant are depicted in Table 2.
The reaction variables such as reactant concentrations, the catalyst amount and reaction temperatures were changed to provide necessary data for the kinetic expression.
way, CMR is seeking to exploit its patented 'mixed reactant flow-through'
The rate of the Maillard reaction decreased as scientists added water, which they attribute to reactant dilution.
C-reactive protein: from acute phase reactant to cardiovascular disease risk factor.