Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not oxidized. As applied to portions of human food, the term signifies that these have not undergone chemical changes involving combination with oxygen, but not infrequently the expression ‘imperfectly’ or ‘incompletely oxidized’ would in such a case be more correct.

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  • adjective Not oxidized

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Examples

  • Over 150 million years ago, marine plants blanketed the sea floor and sedimentation created sufficient pressure to convert the unoxidized carbon into oil.

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  • Over 150 million years ago, marine plants blanketed the sea floor and sedimentation created sufficient pressure to convert the unoxidized carbon into oil.

    Robert Zevin: Addiction

  • Over 150 million years ago, marine plants blanketed the sea floor and sedimentation created sufficient pressure to convert the unoxidized carbon into oil.

    Robert Zevin: Addiction

  • Over 150 million years ago, marine plants blanketed the sea floor and sedimentation created sufficient pressure to convert the unoxidized carbon into oil.

    Robert Zevin: Addiction

  • If your health care provider hasn't told you the merits of pure unoxidized cholesterol from the above sources, you better think twice.

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  • In the book we make the case that dietary cholesterol is important to the body for numerous reasons and we recommend that people get some good, unoxidized cholesterol in their diet daily.

    6-Week Cure blog idea II | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • In fact, to burn at high temperatures, thermite must contain large amounts of unoxidized aluminum, rather than aluminum oxide.

    Was it Nanotech-Thermite or Phasers that took down the WTC?

  • Just to jump in .. dont scrub it off unless its a chunk in the middle of the pan surrounded by unoxidized and unseasoned metal.

    Iron pan, perfect cornbread | Homesick Texan

  • The researchers did not determine if the aluminum present in their samples was oxidized aluminum, or unoxidized aluminum.

    Was it Nanotech-Thermite or Phasers that took down the WTC?

  • He and several colleagues at Tongji University took two million pounds of unoxidized scrap iron, which they got from local metal processing shops at bargain prices, and used them as part of the filtration process for toxic industrial wastewater.

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