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Reaction ( Latin reaction , backhandling ) stands for:

  • Chemical reaction , a process by which chemical compounds are formed from other chemical compounds;
  • Nuclear reaction , a physical process in which a nucleus changes its state or composition when it collides with another nucleus or particle;
  • Reaction (traffic situation) , the critical traffic factor of recognizing danger;
  • Reaction (politics) , an orientation based on the models of the past;
  • Reaction era, in the history of Germany the time between the revolution of 1848/49 and the "New Era";
  • mutual influence in terms of actio and reactio .

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