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- noun Oxidation-reduction.
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- noun chemistry a
reversible processin which one reactionis an oxidationand the reverseis a reduction
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- noun a reversible chemical reaction in which one reaction is an oxidation and the reverse is a reduction
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The corresponding loss and gain half reactions would form one whole reaction, and it is classified as a redox reaction.
Processes known as redox chemistry are fundamental to the way cells derive and consume energy.
In 1996 he started investigating protein folding of redox-active metalloproteins, especially copper proteins.
I can understand why the government would prefer that only professionals in the chemical industry know how to balance a redox reaction, and that only licensed explosives experts have any clue how to make things go boom, but really ...
Generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) was raised while glutathione was depleted and the redox state became more oxidised, suggestive of oxidative stress. (for my non-technical readers, it suffices to say that none of this is good for the egg or the zygote).
The vanadium price has been volatile since 2004, but may be boosted by emerging vanadium redox flow battery technology, which allows renewable energy to be stored.
The redox potential (aka. reduction) is a downside to this type of closure, similar to screwcap.
Maternal diet-induced obesity alters mitochondrial activity and redox status in mouse oocytes and zygotes.
One promising flow battery type is called a vanadium redox battery, and the way it works sheds some light on why these batteries can last so long.
But look a little closer and the data was good solid science: Test run of new vanadium redox battery-powered display.