reactivity

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responsiveness to stimulation
relative susceptibility to chemical reaction
tendency to participate in chemical reactions
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
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
A qualitative term that relates to how easily a given chemical will react with other chemicals
Reactivity the behavior according to which perception of environmental changes results to a response by the agent in a timely fashion
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
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
ready susceptibility to chemical change
ability of a substance to combine chemically with other substances Reactivity can cause fires, explosions, container rupture, or hazardous byproducts
The relative capacity of an atom, molecule, or radical to combine chemically with another atom, molecule, or radical
Tendency of a substance to undergo chemical reaction with the release of energy
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
A measure of the tendency of a hydrocarbon species to react with nitrogen oxides to form atmospheric ozone
responsive to stimulation
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
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
a subject's awareness of being measured or observed and its possible impact on that subject's behavior
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
{i} quality of being reactive, responsiveness
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
relative susceptability to chemical reaction
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
cross-reactivity
The degree to which an antigen is effective against an antibody that was generated against a different antigen
reactivity
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