Another version of this reaction uses magnesium vapours as the reductant
in the temperature range of 700-800 [degrees]C.
is vaporized, sprayed in vapor form on the catalyst," explains Tim Jackson, Tenneco Chief Technology Officer.
The presence of these reductants
changes the valence state from the soluble [U.
Therefore, the formed coke may be the most probable reductant
origin in this work.
And large quantities of waste oil are now used as a reductant
for the Port Talbot blast furnaces, saving Corus around pounds 300,000 a year on purchasing fuel oil.
4] was also introduced into reaction system as reductant
for determination of total plasma homocysteine.
Phosphorus was determined at 882 nm using ascorbic acid as the reductant
(Method 4500-P E in Clesceri et al.
Four parts of medium containing equal amounts of protein (20 [micro]g) were mixed with one part of Laemmle sample buffer minus the reductant
A two-stage chemically heated liquid soap composition depended upon a novel double reductant
and single oxidant redox systern of a hydrogen peroxide and a combination of sodium sulfite and ascorbic acid with a suitable catalyst.
In chemical reduction reactions, electrons are transferred from the chemical reductant
to the organic contaminant molecule being chemically reduced.
used in the SCR catalytic converter is AdBlue, a standardised urea solution that is injected directly into the exhaust manifold before the SCR catalytic system.