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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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This study calculated the real equilibrium oxygen partial pressure and Gibbs energy values of each oxidation reaction over two steels according to equations (4) and (2).
Resulting in the consumption range of periodate ion during periodate oxidation reaction.
The oxidation reactions were carried out using the spent catalyst and the conversion was found to be the same as in the case of the fresh catalyst.
We further assume that the oxidation reaction is governed by a first order rate equation.
Additionally, the PersulfOx catalyst further increases the product's effectiveness by providing a microscopic heterogeneous surface where the contaminant and oxidant can converge and oxidation reactions can occur repeatedly.
FFAs which are naturally present in small concentrations in cooking oils are also produced during the frying of food through oxidation reaction.
Among their topics are hydrogen reactions on nanostructured surfaces, designing palladium-based alloy electrocatalysts for hydrogen oxidation reaction in fuel cells, biocathodes for dioxygen reduction in biofuel cells, the importance of enzymes as benchmarkes for electrocatalysts, an approach to microbial fuel cells and their applications, fuel cells with neat proton-conducting salt electrolytes, the electronic structure and reactivity of transition metal complexes, understanding electrocatalysts for low-temperature fuel cells, and the operando X-ray absorption spectroscopy of polymer electrolyte fuel cells,
The detection of light emitted as chemiluminescence (CL) allows monitoring the kinetics of an ongoing oxidation reaction.
In this reaction the iron reacts with oxygen, the same thing happens if you leave your bike out in the rain for a long time, an oxidation reaction turns it rusty.
CL] as the CL emission, K a detection device specific constant, [PHI] as the material specific quantum efficiency of the CL process, and r as the reaction rate of the oxidation reaction.
The rate of oxidation reaction depends on the rate of gas transport into the zone of reaction influenced by diffusion.
The reaction kinetics is presented formally through a direct oxidation reaction in the liquid phase, including oxygen and 2,4-xylidine concentrations in the liquid phase.

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