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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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24) The electrospray mass spectroscopy (ES/MS) spectrum evidenced the ionic species of the redox reactions and the oligomers where the later species primarily stabilizes the latex particles.
6 g/L) with the highest concentration of silver nitrate (2mmole/L), as by increasing the concentration of silver nitrate, the rate of redox reaction is increased, resulting in higher concentration of reducing sugars [54, 55].
The effect of acid, base and neutral systems is believed as having more profound effect on the redox reaction of the amino acids, peptides and proteins [41-43].
redox reaction, and higher ionic conductivity, causing a lower energy loss and therefore enhanced [J.
Birk and Kozub [25] pursued the kinetics of the redox reaction between [Fe (bipy)3]2+ and BrO - under the condition of an excess concentration of bromate as well as protons (0.
Kinetic Equation for Disappearance of Cationic Sites Through Redox Reaction With Entrant Anions and Formation of AB Species Inside the Electro-Active Thin-Film
The electrochemical redox reactions of the oxytocin and fish scale protein which are mainly collagen were exploited for the preparation of a rechargeable protein battery named as fish scale battery.
redox reaction is a quasi-reversible reaction on PANI electrode from Fig.
Unsteady state modeling takes into account the kinetics of redox reaction and certain dynamics like ionic imbalance inside electrochemical thin-film, which are mostly untouched by steady state framework.
This may be attributed to the existing of a redox reaction between NaN[O.
For example, in the initiation stage, the promoter interacts with the initiator to generate free radicals by means of a redox reaction.