redox potential


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redox potential

[′rē‚däks pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
Voltage difference at an inert electrode immersed in a reversible oxidation-reduction system; measurement of the state of oxidation of the system. Also known as oxidation-reduction potential.
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This may help to explain the relatively sharp change in colour and mottling found in soil profiles, indicating that a rapid decrease in redox potential occurs periodically when the soil is wet, especially in soils of loess origin (Pollok 1975).
Real-time imaging of the intracellular glutathione redox potential.
9[degrees]C and the redox potential of the potting medium for flooded trees became negative within 2 d after flooding (Fig.
In Figure 6(a), 120 samples of soil redox potential has been correlated with 120 observations of methane gas emission rate.
Presence of Tf cells further accelerated the galvanic interaction by facilitating the continuous supply of Fe:Fe cycle, providing an environment with high redox potential (Table.
Se-enzymes possess Se in the form of selenocysteine located at their active sites, employing Se's broad catalytic redox potential.
Data from monitoring of sediment redox potential, organic content, and ammonium release did not support hypotheses that these parameters were alone responsible for the observed differences in mortality events.
Because the redox potential of the ferrous/ ferric couple is 0.
Some of these factors include appropriate temperature range, moisture level, salt, oxygen, trace metals, pH, redox potential, environmental stability or flux and pressure.
The anti-cancer activity of elesclomol is highly dependent on the redox potential of its copper complex.
The objective of this investigation was to monitor changes in redox potential and Fe and Mn concentrations in different soils in Australia and India under waterlogged and drained conditions, and to evaluate these in relation to growth reductions of wheat in waterlogged soils.
2] that mediated the expression of inflammatory genes but not the concurrent loss of reducing redox potential.