chemical reaction

  1. (chemistry) a process in which one or more substances are changed into others
    there was a chemical reaction of the lime with the ground water
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How To Use chemical reaction In A Sentence

  • Some kind of unimaginable chemical reaction would take the natural sweat produced by us all and turn it into an emitter of light.
  • Also, with chemical reactions as your energy source, you can't really use hydrogen as your exhaust gas, because it isn�t the product gas of the energetic reactions you'd like to use, always assuming that you don't actually have tanks of monoatomic hydrogen lying around. Faster
  • The milli - to picosecond time scales gave important information on chemical reactions. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry: The Development of Modern Chemistry
  • By pressing a button on the bottom, water mixes with quicklime, producing a chemical reaction that heats the coffee.
  • Entities During chemical reactions, one or more substances change their chemical composition to form one or more new substances.
  • Applications here focus on using gigabit networks to combine the processing power of multiple supercomputers for climate and chemical reaction modeling.
  • Thus chemical reactions occur in the vapor phase.
  • Although tabun can be destroyed by its reaction with bleaching powder, that reaction causes another chemical reaction that produces the deadly blood agent cyanogen chloride.
  • The heat brings about a chemical reaction, and oxygen is liberated.
  • What is it about the chemical reactions in our heads that give us a personality? Times, Sunday Times
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