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reducible

 [re-doo´sĭ-b'l]
permitting of reduction.

re·duc·i·ble

(rē-dūs'i-bŭl),
Capable of being reduced.

re·duc·i·ble

(rĕ-dūs'i-bĕl)
Capable of being reduced.

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Under some nonresonant conditions, we can obtain the effective reducibility for system (9) similar to [25, 26].
Temperature-programmed reduction of the [Fe.sub.x][O.sub.y]/SBA-15 samples revealed better reducibility of the nitrate samples compared to the citrate samples.
Moreover, reducibility has been shown to hold for several pseudovarieties, in particular by Almeida (2002) for J, by Almeida et al.
Viewed in this way, debates about the propositionality of argument, and the reducibility of the visual to the verbal, can be fruitfully re-framed.
In this article we study an approximation-preserving reducibility called continuous reduction (Simon, 1989).
In addition to lack of reducibility, evidence of a short esophagus includes a hiatal hernia 5 cm or greater, ulcerative esophagitis, presence of a stricture or a type III hernia.
Different gangue characteristics can affect sinter parameters such as the reactivity, strength and reducibility, while a higher gangue content, or a gangue that reacts more slowly during sintering, can increase the production of slag and lead to higher energy costs as well.
The lamellated configuration and reducibility of mass with probe manouvre and increase in size on coughing have not been reported earlier.
Thus, in case of starch, it may be supposed that the alkali treatment acts in decomposition of starch polymeric chains to generate fragments with higher reducibility, which, in turn, acts as excellent reducers of AgN[O.sub.3] for the preparation of silver nanoparticles.
In addition, decomposition of surface functional groups in hydrogen reduction may change diffusion rate of spillover hydrogen, the reducibility of [M.sub.2nd], and the metal-support interactions.
In order to validate the reducibility of the present curved beam element to straight beam configuration, a numerical example as shown in Figure 5 is given.
The temperature programmed reduction (TPR) analyses were conducted in order to determine reducibility of the photocatalysts and metal dispersion in photocatalysts using Thermo Finnigan equipment (TPDRO 1100).