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  • noun Plural form of reductant.

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Examples

  • Originally developed to agglomerate high carbon ash for use in the reduction of ferrochrome, the process had been adapted to offer an alternative to the production of conventional coke reductants.

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  • The core anabolic network, according to Morowitz and Smith, generates biological amino acids utilizing ammonia and electron donors (reducing agents, reductants), sugars, including ribose, from the citric acid cycle intermediate, pyruvate, cell membrane fatty acids from acetate, another intermediate of the cycle.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • The core anabolic network, according to Morowitz and Smith, generates biological amino acids utilizing ammonia and electron donors (reducing agents, reductants), sugars, including ribose, from the citric acid cycle intermediate, pyruvate, cell membrane fatty acids from acetate, another intermediate of the cycle.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Demands for bread of consistent quality with a long shelf life have led to the use of additives in products, including emulsifiers, enzymes, reductants and antioxidants.

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  • Process has many advantages including an uncomplicated design, competitive investment cost, low production cost, flexibility regarding the characteristics of the iron-bearing feed and reductants, and low emission of CO2.

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  • Ferric minerals in ferritins are protected from cytoplasmic reductants and Fe2+ release by the protein nanocage until iron need is signaled.

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  • The core anabolic network, according to Morowitz and Smith, generates biological amino acids utilizing ammonia and electron donors (reducing agents, reductants), sugars, including ribose, from the citric acid cycle intermediate, pyruvate, cell membrane fatty acids from acetate, another intermediate of the cycle.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • However, studying obesity in isolation, it became apparent that obesity at the fat cell level required the opposite of oxidative stress, e.g. a balance between oxidants and reductants tilted in favour of the latter.

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