Definition of Reactions. Meaning of Reactions. Synonyms of Reactions

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Definition of Reactions

Reaction
Reaction Re*ac"tion, n. (Psycophysics) A regular or characteristic response to a stimulation of the nerves.

Meaning of Reactions from wikipedia

- Emotional, reaction Hy****nsitivity, reaction Intolerance (disambiguation), reaction Light reaction (disambiguation) Nuclear reaction Reaction (physics)...
- chemical reaction has been extended to reactions between entities smaller than atoms, including nuclear reactions, radioactive decays, and reactions between...
- Anaplerotic reactions (from the Gr**** ἀνά= 'up' and πληρόω= 'to fill') are chemical reactions that form intermediates of a metabolic pathway. Examples...
- /ˈriːdɒks/ reedoks) is a type of chemical reaction in which the oxidation states of atoms are changed. Redox reactions are characterized by the transfer of...
- Aside from these ambient allergens, allergic reactions can result from foods, insect stings, and reactions to medications like aspirin and antibiotics...
- light-independent reactions, bio synthetic phase, dark reactions, or photosynthetic carbon reduction (PCR) cycle of photosynthesis are the chemical reactions that...
- For exergonic and endergonic reactions, see the separate articles: Endergonic reaction Exergonic reaction Exergonic process Endergonic Exothermic process...
- form of work. These reactions occur spontaneously. A chemical reaction is endergonic when non spontaneous. Thus in this type of reaction the Gibbs free energy...
- involved in the reaction overlap in a continuous cycle at the transition state. Pericyclic reactions stand in contrast to linear reactions, encomp****ing...
- chain reactions were proposed. It was understood that chemical chain reactions were responsible for exponentially increasing rates in reactions, such...
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