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- n. A second or subsequent oxidation (e.g. of hemoglobin)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The taking up again of, or a second time combining with, oxygen: as in the case of the hemoglobin of the blood when, in passing through the pulmonary circulation, it renews the supply of oxygen from the air to be used up in combining with the carbon and hydrogen of the tissues of the body at large.
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When these oxides are present an additional quantity of flour must be used, and precautions must be taken to prevent reoxidation of the slag by the furnace gases.
And as this force re-appears in the form of heat, the next portions of the wood are at once raised to the right temperature to allow the process of reoxidation to go on rapidly with them.
Gentle Measures in the Management and Training of the Young Or, the Principles on Which a Firm Parental Authority May Be Established and Maintained, Without Violence or Anger, and the Right Development of the Moral and Mental Capacities Be Promoted by Methods in Harmony with the Structure and the Characteristics of the Juvenile Mind
It's therefore the burial of organic matter, its release and reoxidation that's the source of the oxygen in the atmosphere.
Mechanism: 4-hydroxyphenylacetate binds to C1, then the enzyme-bound flavin is reduced by NADH, this reduced flavin is transferred to C2 and the reoxidation of the flavin occurs concurrently with the hydroxylation of the substrate dehydration of the C4a-hydroxy - flavin is the rate-determining step in catalysis
(, increases the rate of NADP oxidation by 4-hydroxy - benzoate, no hydroxylation during subsequent reoxidation by O2 )  Turnover number (min±1) 21.6
(, increases the rate of NADP oxidation by 4 - hydroxybenzoate, no hydroxylation during subsequent reoxidation by O2 )  3,4-dihydroxybenzoate
(, increases the rate of NADP oxidation by 4 - hydroxybenzoate, no hydroxylation during subsequent reoxidation by O2 )  5-hydroxypicolinate
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