Molecularity
Molecularity Mo*lec`u*lar"i*ty, n. (Phys. & Chem.) The state of consisting of molecules; the state or quality of being molecular. [1913 Webster]

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  • Molecularity — in chemistry is the number of colliding molecular entities that are involved in a single reaction step.[1] While the order of a reaction is derived experimentally, the molecularity is a theoretical concept and can only be applied to elementary… …   Wikipedia

  • molecularity — məˌlekyəˈlarəd.ē also ˈler noun ( es) : the quality, state, or degree of being molecular; especially : the number of molecules or atoms involved in a chemical reaction there is no necessary co …   Useful english dictionary

  • molecularity — /meuh lek yeuh lar i tee/, n. Chem. the number of molecules or atoms that participate in an elementary process. [1835 45; MOLECULAR + ITY] * * * …   Universalium

  • molecularity — noun a) The state of being molecular b) (of a reaction) The number or molecules that react directly with one another …   Wiktionary

  • molecularity — The number of reactants in an elementary reaction. For example, a reaction involving one reactant is unimolecular; reactions involving two compounds are bimolecular. M. and order are not synonymous. Cf.:order (2) …   Medical dictionary

  • molecularity — mo·lec·u·lar·i·ty …   English syllables

  • molecularity of reaction — reakcijos molekulingumas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Dalelių, dalyvaujančių elementariajame reakcijos akte, skaičius. atitikmenys: angl. molecularity of reaction rus. молекулярность реакции …   Chemijos terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • Reaction mechanism — In chemistry, a reaction mechanism is the step by step sequence of elementary reactions by which overall chemical change occurs.[1] Although only the net chemical change is directly observable for most chemical reactions, experiments can often be …   Wikipedia

  • molecular —    by Tom Conley   Deleuze pairs the adjective molecular with molar . Informed by atomistic philosophy and biology that runs from Lucretius to Gabriel Tarde, Deleuze studies objects not as they seem to be before the naked eye but as dynamic… …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • molecular —    by Tom Conley   Deleuze pairs the adjective molecular with molar . Informed by atomistic philosophy and biology that runs from Lucretius to Gabriel Tarde, Deleuze studies objects not as they seem to be before the naked eye but as dynamic… …   The Deleuze dictionary

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