autooxidation


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autooxidation

[¦ȯd·ō‚äk·sə′dā·shən] autoxidation
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These results were in accordance with previous findings investigating the toxicity by using the Photobacterium test indicating comparably high toxicity of high molecular autooxidation products of phenolic compounds.
Effect of amino acids, peptides and related compounds on the autooxidation of ascorbic acid.
Porphyrins by autooxidation can generate biophotons and are involved in quantal perception.
6%) of the nominal concentration, mainly because of to autooxidation of arachidonic acid resulting in in vitro formation of 15-[F.
The objective of this study was to determine the effect of elevated temperature on the bulk-to-surface partitioning of erucamide in multilayer polyolefin films, including any effects of autooxidation and decomposition.
No precise explanation for this anomaly is offered, but variations in the degree of chain polymerization and chain degradation reactions, as between the thermally polymerized oils and the metal catalyzed autooxidation at 18-20[degrees]C, may have some significance.
Hydroxyl radicals formed at BDD initiate radical chain autooxidation of the organic constituents of hog manure, with the first formed radical intermediates further oxidized by the molecular oxygen that is simultaneously evolved at the anode.
Because urine samples have a very low lipid content, autooxidation is not a problem.
15% retinol has been documented, while vitamin E can reduce autooxidation.
Autooxidation of human low density lipoprotein: loss of polyunsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E and generation of aldehydes.