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reductant

 [re-duk´tant]
the electron donor in an oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction.

re·duc·tant

(rē-dŭk'tănt),
The substance that is oxidized in the course of reduction.

reductant

/re·duc·tant/ (re-duk´tant) the electron donor in an oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction.

re·duc·tant

(rĕ-dŭk'tănt)
The substance that is oxidized in the course of reduction.

reductant

the electron donor in an oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction.

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The reductant is vaporized, sprayed in vapor form on the catalyst," explains Tim Jackson, Tenneco Chief Technology Officer.
Therefore, the formed coke may be the most probable reductant origin in this work.
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Four parts of medium containing equal amounts of protein (20 [micro]g) were mixed with one part of Laemmle sample buffer minus the reductant before electrophoresis.
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.
The reductant 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.