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oxidation-reduction

 [ok″sĭ-da´shun-re-duk´shun]
the chemical reaction whereby electrons are removed (oxidation) from atoms of the substance being oxidized and transferred to those being reduced (reduction).

red·ox

(red'oks),
Contraction of oxidation-reduction. See: oxidation-reduction potential.

redox

/re·dox/ (re´doks) oxidation-reduction.

redox

an abbreviation for reduction-oxidation (reaction). See oxidation-reduction reaction.

re·dox

(rē'doks)
Contraction of reduction-oxidation.

redox

oxidation-reduction.
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