oxidation potential

oxidation potential

[‚äk·sə′dā·shən pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
The difference in potential between an atom or ion and the state in which an electron has been removed to an infinite distance from this atom or ion.
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The researchers evaluated the berries' physicochemical characteristics for Brix, percentage of moisture content, pH value, color (L*, a* and b* values) and lipid oxidation potential, using the thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances (TBARS) protocol every seven days for 28 days.
The AOS Filter generates high levels of oxidation potential across surfaces within the device by converting a typical carbon matrix filter into an electrochemical reactor, said Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst, Seth Cutler.
A pulsed corona discharge generated at the interface of the humid oxygen gas and wastewater produces OH radicals, a strong oxidant with an oxidation potential of 2.
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The high oxidation potential of the activated TiO2 sensor gives it an advantage over the modest chemical potential generated by the dichromate COD method.
Results show that the nanocomposite has unique catalytic properties such as reducing oxidation potential or increasing the sensitivity in the oxidation of catecholamine derivative drugs.
The oxidation potential is monitored by in-line ORP measurement.
An identification technique based on the probability density functions (PDF) of oxidation potential measurements has been developed.
4] oxidation potential under aerobic incubation was determined, using the same equipment as for anaerobic incubation described above.
Compared with bare GCE, the system in the presence CPC exhibits a 220 mV shifts of the oxidation potential of AA in the cathodic direction and a market enhancement of the current response.
It has been observed that the nucleation of PbO2 started at less positive potential in the presence of cations of metals depending upon the oxidation potential of the co-ion present in the depositing media.