Reaction

 

The process by which two or more molecules combine and rearrange to form a new molecule or series of molecules. Reactions are the basis of most chemical processes and understanding them the essence of much of chemistry. Reactions usually involve the making and breaking of bonds, thus their accurate modeling requires quantum mechanical methods.

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A process that transforms one or more chemical species into others. Typical reactions make or break bonds; others change the state of ionization or other properties taken to distinguish chemical species.

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Catalyst

Molecular Assembler

Enzyme

Chemical Vapour Deposition

Atomic Layer Deposition

Isoelectronic

Activation energy

Electrochemical processes

Mechanosynthesis

Positional Controlled Chemical Synthesis Or Positional Synthesis

Steric hindrance

Chemical nanotechnology

Colloid chemistry

Gas-phase reaction

Group

Moiety

Nanochemistry

Orbital

Positional Synthesis

Reduction

Resist

Solution precipitation

Synthesis

Transition state

Valence electrons

Abstraction reaction

Assembler

Automated Chemistry

Biocatalyst

Biocompatible

Biomarkers

Biosensor

CEC

Chemical Vapour Synthesis

Combustion

Cyclic voltammogram

Cycloaddition

Dendrimer

Development

Disproportionation

Electrochemical properties

Electrochemical Scanning Tunneling Microscopy

Electrolysis

Electronic Structure

Electrostatic Spray Assisted Vapour Deposition

Endoergic

Endothermic

Entropy

Exothermic

Flame pyrolysis

Free radicals

Fume

Functional Group

Gray Goo Or Grey Goo

Heterogeneous catalysis

Hydrothermal reaction

Intermolecular

Intramolecular

Limited Molecular Nanotechnology

Luminescence

Mechanical activated self-heat-sustaining

Mechanochemistry

Misreaction

Nanofluidic

Nano-test-tubes

Omitted Reaction

Organo-clay

Oxidation

Plasma processing

Polymerase Chain Reaction

Precursor

Protein

Quantum Mechanical Method

Reagent moiety

Reagent

Self-heat-sustaining (reaction)

Sensitizer

Sol-gel chemistry

Solvothermal reaction

Sonochemistry

Substrate

Template

Thermal fluctuations

Transition state theory

Unimolecular

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