reactive

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Politika, Siyaset) faal hale getirme
(Politika, Siyaset) etkinleştirme
tepkici
reaktif
tepkimeli
tepkin
tepki oluşturan
aksi tesir yaratan
{s} kim., fiz. tepkin
{s} tepki gösteren
{s} tepkisel
{s} tepkili
(Tıp) P aksitesir (reaksiyon) yapan, reaktif
{s} duyarlı
reactive attenuator
tepkin zayıflatıcı
reactive energy meter
tepkin enerji ölçeri
reactive oxygen species
(Tıp) reaktif oksijen türleri
reactive power
(Elektrik, Elektronik) tepkin güç
reactive power meter
(Bilgisayar,Kimya) tepkin güçölçer
reactive component
reaktif bileşen, tepkin bileşen
reactive current
reaktif akım
reactive diluent
reaktif seyreltici
reactive factor
reaktif faktör
reactive load
reaktif yük
reactive power
reaktif güç
reactive aggregate
(Askeri) reaktif agrega
reactive aggregate
(Kimya) kimyasal etkili agrega
reactive alcoholism
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel alkolizm
reactive attenuator
tepkin zayiflatici
reactive calcium oxide
(İnşaat) reaktif kalsiyum oksit
reactive component
(Fizik) tepkin bileşen
reactive component
(Fizik) reaktif bileşen
reactive depression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel depresyon
reactive dyestuff
(Tekstil) reaktif boyarmadde
reactive ego alteration
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel ego değişikliği
reactive energy meter
tepkin enerji olceri
reactive formation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepki oluşumu
reactive group
(Tekstil) reaktif grup
reactive inhibition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel ketleme
reactive listening posts
(Ticaret) reaktif dinleme noktaları
reactive measures
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel ölçümler
reactive medium
(Fizik) tepkin ortam
reactive medium
(Fizik) reaktif ortam
reactive non stress test
(Tıp) reaktif non-stres test
reactive paper
(Kimya) ayıraç kağıdı
reactive power meter
tepkin gucolcer
reactive psychosis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel psikoz
reactive residue
(Biyokimya) tepkin kök
reactive schizophrenia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel şizofreni
reactive silica material
(İnşaat) reaktif silika malzemesi
reactive software
(Bilgisayar) tepkin yazılım
brief reactive psychosis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kısa süreli tepkisel psikoz
reactiveness
reaktiflik
reactivity
reaktiflik
reactivity
reaktivite
non-reactive
Reaktif olmayan
non-reactive
Tepkisel/tepkili olmayan
over reactive
reaktif üzerinde
reactively
reaktif
reactivity
tepkisellik
self-reactive
Kendiliğinden tepki veren
reactively
tepkili bir biçimde
reactively
tepki göstererek
reactiveness
tepkisel olarak
reactivity
tepki gösterme
reactivity
reaksiyona girme kabiliyeti
Englisch - Englisch
Reacting to the past rather than anticipating the future, not predictive
that readily takes part in reactions

francium is the most reactive of the alkali metals.

Characterized by induction rather than capacitance
that reacts or responds to a stimulus
agents are triggered by events and sensitive to real-time domain considerations; able to sense and act
participating readily in reactions; "sodium is a reactive metal"; "free radicals are very reactive" tending to react to a stimulus; "the skin of the geriatric is less reactive than that of younger persons"- Louis Tuft
A chemical that will decompose, condense, or will become self-reactive under conditions of shock, pressure or temperature
Tending to react
Responding to events rather than initiating them A meta-program distinction
means a chemical which in the pure state, or as produced or transported, will vigorously polymerize, decompose, condense, or will become self-reactive under conditions of shock, pressure or temperature Water reactive means a chemical that reacts with water to release a gas that is either flammable or presents a health hazard
Reactive controls are used to respond to undesirable events that have occurred
tends to react spontaneously, to react vigorously with water or air, to be unstable when exposed to shock or heat, to generate toxic gases, or to explode during routine management Top
Can explode (when exposed to heat, air, water or shock) There are few consumer products still on the market that are explosive (except for fireworks) Some older explosive products may still be stored in homes
{s} responding to stimuli, acting in return
Having power to react; tending to reaction; of the nature of reaction
Something that is reactive is able to react chemically with a lot of different substances. Ozone is a highly reactive form of oxygen gas
Scientology Irrational, reacting instead of acting; thinkingness or behavior dictated by the reactive mind rather than the individual's own present time determinism See also reactive mind
irrational, reacting instead of acting; thinkingness or behavior dictated by the reactive mind rather than the individual’s own present time determinism See also reactive mind
1: of, relating to, or marked by reaction or reactance 2 a: readily responsive to a stimulus b: occurring as a result of stress or emotional upset
The ability to react vigorously, decompose or condense under conditions of shock, pressure or temperature REACTIVITY - The ability of a material to undergo chemical reaction with the release of energy or heat REDUCING AGENT - A material which accepts oxygen in a reaction REPRODUCTIVE TOXINS - Chemicals which have a negative effect on the ability to produce normal offspring RESPIRATORY - Pertaining to the ability to breathe and to exchange gases in the lungs ROE - See Route of entry ROUTE OF ENTRY (ROE) - The pathways a chemical or biological hazard may use to enter the body Generally speaking, the most common ROEs are inhalation, ingestion, absorption, and injection
Able to catch fire, explode, or give off fumes when exposed to water or air, or displaying extreme chemical activity when combined with other chemicals
-A name given to substance that, when introduced to other substances or molecules, react easily with them and cause the break-up of the original molecule
If someone is reactive, they behave in response to what happens to them, rather than deciding in advance how they want to behave. I want our organization to be less reactive and more pro-active. proactive
participating readily in reactions; "sodium is a reactive metal"; "free radicals are very reactive"
tending to react to a stimulus; "the skin of the geriatric is less reactive than that of younger persons"- Louis Tuft
(a) to act in opposition to a force or influence; (b) to react based on a irrational beliefs; (c) to have negative emotions; (d) to be in judgment about self, others or life
reactive armor
High tech military armor that has a explosive layer that attempts to deflect incoming weapons by detonating
reactive armour
Protective panels on a military armoured vehicle, which explode to disrupt the penetrating jet of a shaped-charge weapon
reactive intermediate
A short-lived compound that is formed temporarily in a reaction mechanism
reactive mind
A portion of the brain akin to the subconscious where painful memories, or engrams, are stored
C-reactive protein
A protein found in the blood, whose plasma concentrations are raised in patients with infection or inflammation
reactively
In relation to or by means of a reaction

The films were reactively bonded.

reactively
In a reactive fashion

The infant responds reactively to stimuli.

reactivity
relative susceptibility to chemical reaction
c-reactive protein
a byproduct of inflammation; a globulin that is found in the blood in some cases of acute inflammation
reactively
in a reactive manner, in response to a stimulus
reactiveness
{i} responsiveness, reflexiveness
reactivity
The susceptibility of a substance to undergo a chemical reaction with release of energy that may result in dangerous side effects such as explosion, burning, and toxic or corrosive emissions
reactivity
Reactivity the behavior according to which perception of environmental changes results to a response by the agent in a timely fashion
reactivity
tendency to participate in chemical reactions
reactivity
Chemical reaction with the release of energy Undesirable effects--such as pressure buildup, temperature increase, formation of noxious, toxic or corrosive byproducts--may occur because of the reactivity of a substance to heating, burning, direct contact with other materials or other conditions in use or in storage
reactivity
relative susceptability to chemical reaction
reactivity
Chemical reaction with the release of energy Undesirable effects–such as pressure buildup, temperature increase, formation of noxious, toxic or corrosive byproducts–may occur because of the reactivity of a substance to heating, burning, direct contact with other materials, or other conditions in use or in storage
reactivity
The ability of a material to undergo a chemical reaction with the release of energy It could be initiated by mixing or reacting with other materials, application of heat, physical shock, etc
reactivity
{i} quality of being reactive, responsiveness
reactivity
A qualitative term that relates to how easily a given chemical will react with other chemicals
reactivity
A substance~s susceptibility to undergoing a chemical reaction or change that may result in dangerous side effects, such as explosion, burning, and corrosive or toxic emissions The conditions that cause the reaction, such as heat, other chemicals, and dropping, will usually be specified as "Conditions to Avoid" when a chemical's reactivity is discussed on a MSDS
reactivity
a subject's awareness of being measured or observed and its possible impact on that subject's behavior
reactivity
responsiveness to stimulation
reactivity
The ability of a substance to change by combining with another substance or by breaking down Substances can undergo changes when exposed to differing levels of heat, light, and/or pressure; or by contact with other substances These changes cause them to react Highly reactive substances may explode
reactivity
ready susceptibility to chemical change
reactivity
ability of a substance to combine chemically with other substances Reactivity can cause fires, explosions, container rupture, or hazardous byproducts
reactivity
The relative capacity of an atom, molecule, or radical to combine chemically with another atom, molecule, or radical
reactivity
Tendency of a substance to undergo chemical reaction with the release of energy
reactivity
A substance's susceptibility to undergoing a chemical reaction or change that may result in dangerous side effects, such as explosion , burning, and corrosive or toxic emissions The conditions that cause the reaction, such as heat, other chemicals, and dropping, will usually be specified as "Conditions to Avoid" when a chemical's reactivity is discussed on a MSDS
reactivity
A measure of the tendency of a hydrocarbon species to react with nitrogen oxides to form atmospheric ozone
reactivity
responsive to stimulation
reactivity
proclivity of a compound to chemically react with other substances or itself, resulting in the liberation of energy Can cause the formation of toxic or corrosive materials, pressure buildup, and temperature fluctuations
reactivity
The tendency of a compound to chemically react with other substances or itself, resulting in the release of energy Can cause the formation of toxic or corrosive materials, pressure buildup, and temperature changes
reactivity
Influence that an observer has on the behavior under observation; behavior influenced by an observer may not be representative of behavior when an observer is not present
reactive
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