Limiting Reactant: The reactant that limits the amount of product produced in a chemical reaction. For example, mixing one mole of H2(g) with one mole of O2 produces one mole of steam (H2O(g)), with half a mol . . . View Full Definition
Reactant: A substance that is consumed during a chemical change.
Limiting Aperture: Actual size of the aperture formed by the iris diaphragm at any setting.
Band-Limiting Filters: A low-pass and a high-pass filter in series, acting together to restrict (limit) the overall bandwidth of a system. Many audio amplifiers and processors, having switches labeled as 'Rumble' . . . View Full Definition
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Penetration: When the ball is dribbled or passed inside the defensive area toward the basket.