Reactive

• (a.) Having power to react; tending to reaction; of the nature of reaction.
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reactive

(re-ak´tiv) characterized by reaction; readily responsive to a stimulus.
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reactive

adjective tending to react to a stimulus; `the skin of the geriatric is less reactive than that of younger persons`- Louis Tuft
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Reactive

Re·act'ive (re*ăkt'ĭv) adjective [ Confer French réactif .] Having power to react; tending to reaction; of the nature of reaction. -- Re*act'ive*ly , adverb -- Re*act'ive*ness , noun
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reactive

qualifies an inductive as well as a capacitive device or circuit
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reactive

qualifies, under sinusoidal conditions, a linear circuit element or circuit for which the time integral of the instantaneous power over an integral number of periods is zero NOTE - A reactive circuit element or circuit is passive and non-dissipative.
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Reactive

Tendency of a substance to undergo chemical change. May occur when exposed to other substances; detonate or explode through exposure to heat, sudden shock, or pressure.
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reactive

[adj] - tending to react to a stimulus 2. [adj] - (chemistry and physics) participating readily in reactions
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