Reactivity

Refers to those hazardous wastes that are normally unstable and readily undergo violent chemical change but do not explode.
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reactivity

[n] - ready susceptibility to chemical change
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Reactivity

The degree to which a substance will respond to a stimulus or interact with another substance.
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Reactivity

the reactions of people being studied to the presence of an observer, seen by some to be a source of bias, in that behaviour may become artificial as a result.
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reactivity

The process or property of reacting. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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reactivity

noun ready susceptibility to chemical change
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reactivity

(re″ak-tivĀ“ĭ-te) the process or property of being reactive.
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reactivity

(from the article `nuclear reactor`) A parameter called reactivity is positive when a reactor is supercritical, zero at criticality, and negative when the reactor is subcritical. ...
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reactivity

the process or property of reacting.
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reactivity

  1. responsive to stimulation
  2. ready susceptibility to chemical change

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reactivity

The tendency of a substance to undergo a chemical change with the release of energy. Undesirable effects (pressure build-up, temperature increase, formation of noxious, toxic or corrosive by-products) may occur because of a reaction to heating, burning, direct contact with other materials or other conditions when in use or in storage
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reactivity

quantity such as: ? = 1 - (1/keff) where keff is the effective multiplication factor NOTE 1 - The parameter ? gives the deviation from criticality of a nuclear chain reacting medium which is such that positive values correspond to a supercritical state and negative values to a subcritical state. NOTE ...
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reactivity

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-ak-tiv′i-tē Definitions: 1. The property of reacting, chemically, immunologically or in any other sense. 2. The process of reacting.
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Reactivity

[chemistry] Reactivity in chemistry refers to The chemical reactivity of a single substance (reactant) covers its behaviour in which it: The chemical reactivity of a substance can refer to the variety of circumstances (conditions that include temperature, pressure, presence of catalysts) in which it reacts, in combination with the: The term
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