oxidate


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oxidate

[′äk·sə‚dāt]
(geology)
A sediment made up of iron and manganese oxides and hydroxides crystallized from aqueous solution.
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75 pounds/ No 10% acre pre-symptom Yes 54% Fracture, No 14% 32% 32 fluid ounces per Yes 73% 52% acre pre-symptom Fracture, 32 No 12% fluid ounces per Yes 58% acre at 15[degrees] Brix Fracture, No 32% 15% 32 fluid ounces Yes 56% 44% per acre post-symptom Oxidate 2.
The silty mudstones and mudstones have flat beddings which reflects the oxidate brink meare lake environment.
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It is known that vitamin C reduces ferric to ferrous iron, improving its absorption and bioavailability (38); and that copper is required for ceruloplasmin synthesis, which oxidates ferrous to ferric iron to be bound to transferrin.
1995), which oxidates tyrosine to dihydroxyphenylalanine (DOPA) (Lerner and Fitzpatrick, 1950) and determines which type of melanin (eumelanin or phaeomelanin) could be synthesized (Ito et al.
Tannins are the main secondary oxidates in Parkia and are toxic to animals especially in aquatic areas [8,18].
Since 1972, Lockhart has been manufacturing and marketing a full line of additive packages, emulsifier packages and coating intermediates in addition to basic components such as oxidates and petroleum sulfonates.