Combination Reaction

Science / Chemistry / Combination Reaction: A reaction in which two or more substances are chemically bonded together to produce a product. For example, 2 Na(s) + Cl2(g) rightarrow 2 nacl(s) is a combination reaction.

Other Words for Combination

Combination Verb Synonyms: union, conjunction, mixture, mix, grouping, set, array
Combination Noun Synonyms: association, alliance, coalition, union, federation, confederation, combine, syndication, syndicate, consortium, trust, bloc, cartel, party, society, organization, league, cabal, conspiracy, clique, claque
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Other Words for Reaction

Reaction Verb Synonyms: retaliation, reciprocation, reprisal, revenge
Reaction Noun Synonyms: response, reply, answer, effect, feedback
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Reaction Quotient

Science / Chemistry / Reaction Quotient: The product of the concentrations of the products, divided by the product of the concentrations of the reactants, for a chemical reaction which is not necessarily at equilibrium. For example, the reac MORE

Reaction Rate

Science / Chemistry / Reaction Rate: A reaction rate is the speed at which reactants are converted into products in a chemical reaction. The reaction rate is given as the instantaneous rate of change for any reactant or product, and is u MORE

Reaction Series

Science / Geology / Reaction Series: A series of interactions between a melt and mineral crystals in contact with the melt. In a reaction series the first formed crystals (highest temperature minerals) react with the melt to produce a ne MORE

Rearrangement Reaction

Science / Chemistry / Rearrangement Reaction: A reaction in which a reactant and product are isomers of each other. Chemical bonds within the reactant are broken and reformed to produce the product. MORE

Reaction Mechanism

Science / Chemistry / Reaction Mechanism: A list of all elementary reactions that occur in the course of an overall chemical reaction. MORE

Reaction Formation

Science / Psychiatry / Reaction Formation: A defense mechanism, operating unconsciously, in which a person adopts affects, ideas, and behaviours that are the opposites of impulses harboured either consciously or unconsciously. For example, exc MORE

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