deoxygenation


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deoxygenation

[dē‚äk·sə·jə′nā·shən]
(chemistry)
Removal of oxygen from a substance, such as blood or polluted water.
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The impacts of ocean deoxygenation are difficult to predict in detail.
The scientists investigated one of the ocean's most extreme periods of deoxygenation, known as Oceanic Anoxic Event 2, or OA2.
Based on these premises, we interpreted the S-shaped pattern of muscle deoxygenation (deoxi-Hb) depicted in Figure 1 as indicating: a) an early phase (" 1") in which proportional increases in [O.
2004) Limitation of muscle deoxygenation in the triceps during incremental arm cranking in women.
Researchers found that deoxygenation caused by climate change could already be detected in the southern Indian Ocean and parts of the eastern tropical Pacific and Atlantic basins.
5 cm-1 (O-H stretching vibrations) and at 1760 cm-1 (C=O stretching vibrations) due to deoxygenation which is further confirmed with the help of XRD analysis.
Determine whether the kinetics of muscle deoxygenation change in proportion to [tau] and time to steady state.
Eyre BD, Kerr G and Sullivan LA (2006) Deoxygenation potential of the Richmond River estuary floodplain, northern NSW, Australia.
Deoxygenation of hemoglobin and its passage to T conformation releases N[O.
Sickling is caused by extensive polymerization and gelation of hemoglobin-S after deoxygenation.