redox system


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redox system

[′rē‚däks ‚sis·təm]
(chemistry)
A chemical system in which reduction and oxidation (redox) reactions occur.
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When the assembled PU pre-seal, a few drops of electrolyte of redox system was added before sealing with exposed electrode of both terminal made an open circuit output voltage.
Calorie restriction up-regulates the plasma membrane redox system in brain cells and suppresses oxidative stress during aging.
Impaired glutathione redox system paradoxically suppresses angiotensin II-induced vascular remodeling," PLoS ONE, vol.
Although, a few reports on the grafting of polystyrene onto surfaces using surface anchoring of initiator groups or redox system [31-33], there is relatively less research about ATP surface modification via surface-initiated polymerization based on a redox initiation system.
In the present work, a redox system catalyzed with ammonium peroxidisulfate [[(N[H.
Figure lb gives the scanning reaction results of the vinyl ester resin with the redox system (0.
Because the MEKP/CoNa redox system would give much gas upon mixing and leave bubbles in the final sample plaques, we resorted to BPO/DMA as the free radical initiator for RIM operations.