deoxidant

deoxidant

[dē′äk·sə·dənt]
(chemistry)
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The company's phosphorus-copper is provided in three grades of 15% phosphorus-copper for use as a deoxidant, alloying agent or wetting agent in the copper industry.
A relatively higher survival of probiotics can be achieved by placing the probiotic candy product in a glass bottle with deoxidant and desiccant at 4[degrees]C.
The samples were placed in 100 ml glass bottles containing deoxidant (Agelong oxygen absorber, Sand-Tech Enterprise, Taipei, Taiwan) and desiccant (Seca Pax desiccant, Trans Work container).
The results of different packaging indicated that the cell counts for both Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium were found to survive better in probiotic candy held in glass bottle with deoxidant and desiccant than in laminated pouch (Figure 3).
Flux contains a deoxidant, slag generator, arc stabilizer, alloys, steel powder and other substances.
Allowances must be made for the full reactivity of the deoxidant followed by adequate skimming of the slag or reaction products from the surface of the bath before pouring.
The questions asked in the deoxidation survey were specific to which deoxidants and degassifters were employed (phosphorus copper, calcium boride, lithium, etc.
featured its hardeners, grain refiners, modifiers and deoxidants for the aluminum and copper melting industries.
The initial tests at Arwood also indicate that the use of deoxidants, "increases the total gas pickup regardless of crucible material.