reoxidation


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reoxidation (rēok´sidā´shən),

n the act of taking up oxygen again, as the hemoglobin of the blood.
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In the propagation step, reoxidation, coupling, and deprotonation continue to produce oligomers and at the end of the reaction, PT chains form [30-32].
Hydrogen peroxide is an unstable oxidizing agent, with a large process window that has the potential for reoxidation.
After the standing water (5 cm) from the pots that were waterlogged for 7, 14, and 21 days was removed, reoxidation occurred in all soils, demonstrated by an increase in Eh (after the arrows in Fig.
It serves as reservoir, distributor of liquid steel to the strands controlling flows, especially during the transitional arrangements, promotes thermal homogeneity, thermal insulation, composition control of liquid steel enabling addition of alloying elements, prevention of reoxidation by air, coalescence, flotation and removal of non-metallic inclusions etc.
5] simulates sand and reoxidation inclusions during mold filling and predicts defects related to molding materials.
To pass through the degradasome, CTA1 would have to undergo unfolding and refolding, a process possibly involving reduction by protein disulfide isomerase (PDI) followed by reoxidation by Ero1 (37).
The concentration of reduced sulfur was only significantly stimulated (58%) by the mussel farm during the second summer season, which was characterized by total oxygen depletion in the bottom water and linked to the unavailable oxygen for reoxidation.
With recirculation systems, water is continually cycled back to the ozone system for reoxidation at a predetermined level, and returned to the washer for laundry sanitation.
8), who found increased PDHc activity in the presence of oxamate, an LD inhibitor that prevents LD-induced NADH reoxidation, we could not confirm a significant effect of this compound in our assay (Table 1 and Fig.
Recently, it has been shown that the thioredoxin-reduced (disarmed) form of [beta]-lactoglobulin can be stabilized by either reoxidation or derivatization with a physiologic disulfide compound (cystamine or oxidized glutathione) (Morigasaki et al.
Initial results demonstrate that alkylation eliminates binding within 5%, and a reduction followed by reoxidation control group can yield a recovery of binding above 90%.