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To remove oxygen from its chemical combination.
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Deoxidized form Pb was produced on the surface of Fe-oxyhydroxides and Mn-oxyhydroxides or lied in the structures of Fe-oxyhydroxides and Mn-oxyhydroxides by isomorphous replacement of Fe and Mn elements [34].
These silver nanoparticles are smaller in Ag-MMT (particle diameter within 2-5 nm, Figure 3(a)) than in Ag-OMMT (particle diameter within 10-20 nm, Figure 3(a)) because [Ag.sup.+] is more easily deoxidized in the presence of organic cations; this is in agreement with the XRD results (Figures 1 and 2).
After being calcined in air at 400 AdegC for 4 h, and different samples are obtained, and followed with H2 deoxidized at 120 AdegC for 3 h.
Then, the mixture was further diluted with 100 mL of water and deoxidized with 7 mL of [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] (30%).
The maximum RA signal rise was observed at growth on a not completely deoxidized germanium substrate.
In arid and semiarid climate, the soil and diving layer contain little organic content and thin humus layer, which ensures that the oxygen in formation water will not be deoxidized by the organic and humus layer in the process of formation water migration [14-20].
The cation radical interacts with the free-radicals from PE molecule fragment through electron transfer that to be deoxidized, inducing the formation of carbenium ions and increasing the reaction course of cationic polymerization.
This indicates that the steel was produced by the open-hearth rather than the Bessemer process, most likely in an acid-lined furnace; the steel is of a type known as semi-killed, that is, partially deoxidized before casting into ingots.
The degreased samples then were deoxidized in 50 vol% HCl solution for 30-45 s.
The deoxidized hemoglobin in the in the vein vessels absorbs the infrared ray, thereby reducing the reflection rate and causing the veins to appear as a black pattern.