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Reaction

A decline in prices following an advance. Opposite of rally.

Reaction

A decrease in price following an increase in price. A reaction connotes a slow decline; it is the opposite of a recovery.

reaction

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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Methods: The reaction was conducted on 10 mmol scale at 200[degrees]C.
This reduces the risks associated with highly toxic chemistry, dangerous reactions at elevated temperatures, and other hazardous reaction conditions.
Chemotherapy reactions are generally rare, but when they do occur, most are anaphylactic reactions to foreign proteins in the drugs, mediated by immunoglobulin E.
Patients with mild asymptomatic mastocytosis can certainly get extreme reactions as has already been reported in this Journal (2).
The SPRESI database extends the existing set of reactions available from Symyx by providing access to an additional 6 million structures, 3.
definitions of signs and symptoms of the suspected transfusion reactions.
Interpretation of these sequences: The start of a topic, opening discussion in the forum, is a source from which can spring possible reactions that evaluate, complement, amplify, or simply continue the ideas expounded.
About a quarter of patients treated develop extreme allergic reactions to antibodies and other substances present in the host animal's serum.
A simple screening approach to reduce abacavir hypersensitivity reactions.
Presentations and discussions focused on three broad issues: chemical reactions among indoor pollutants, potential health effects associated with inhalation exposure to the products of indoor chemistry, and techniques to study potential health effects.
This technique uses a flow-system for chemical reactions, instead of reaction vessels (flasks), and this new tool is expected to greatly cut the lead-time from research and development to production in the synthesis of curative intermediates and materials for electronics, which need a fine control of chemical reactions.
Although the neutron yield from (p,n) reactions is small compared to what is possible from spallation reactions, there are several compensating factors that combine to make LENS a viable facility for research and development.