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redox

(rē`dŏks): see oxidation and reductionoxidation and reduction,
complementary chemical reactions characterized by the loss or gain, respectively, of one or more electrons by an atom or molecule. Originally the term oxidation
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Effect of reaction temperature on reduction reaction is shown in Fig.
Chemical reactions that convert CO2 into burnable forms of carbon are called reduction reactions, the opposite of oxidation or combustion.
The NOx reduction reactions considered in this study are shown in Table 1, where each reaction rate constant ([r.
3) Due to the removal of free water or weakly bound water and the reduction reaction of metal ions, the DTG-T or DTA-T curves of the samples show two obvious weight loss or endothermic valley at 25~250[degrees]C and 400~700[degrees]C, respectively.
Among the synthetic reactions using APTC, the sulfanylation of P-sulfoxides have shown to be important because the obtained sulfoxides can be used as chiral auxiliary in asymmetric synthesis [14, 15] and may be efficient as stereoselective inductors in reduction reactions, Diels-Alder reactions and the formation of C-C reactions [16-20]
Ying, "Stabilization and Compressive Strain Effect of AuCu Core on Pt Shell for Oxygen Reduction Reaction," Energy and Environmental Science, (2012) DOI:10.
A summarized reduction reaction of niobium chloride with hydrogen is decribed by the following reaction:
The laminated structure of the produced blocks is determined mainly by the change of the mechanism and of the rate of the reduction reaction during the process.
The rate constants for the intermediates reduction reaction in step 1 was determined as [k.
As a result of the reduction reaction (2) two products are formed: alloy of niobium with residual aluminium and slag (calcium--aluminium oxides), having usually a quite clear separation or interfacial area (Fig.
Because there is a balance between oxidized and reduced products in any oxidation/ reduction reaction (see Rule 7 above) the loss of electrons by one compound must be balanced by a gain of electrons in other compounds.

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