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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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PEDOT/PEDOT shows two consecutive oxidation peaks, the first one with the potential peak at 0.6 V and the second one overlapping with the oxidation potential of the medium.
Oxidation potential (Ep) values showed that the interactions of ferrocene dicarboxlic acid (FC-2) with ds.DNA was stronger than that of ferrocene benzoic acid (FC-1).
Ozone is an oxidizing agent with high oxidation potential. The ozonation treatment of KBP promoted fibrillation, which was advantageous for the preparation of NFC.
Chronoamperometric measurement confirmed that passivation strongly influences the analytical behavior of the sensors indicating as the best sensor the CB-GCE despite the higher oxidation potential and lower heterogeneous rate constant with respect to O-MWCNTs.
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.
This attributed because of a change in the protonation-deprotonation process of the methylsulfonamide and the oxidation potential of NIM remains pH independent and before the electron transfer rate-determining step there are no proton transfer steps.
It is evident that during the anodic scan, the single and distinct oxidation peak was observed at potential of 1.05 V vs Ag/AgCl (3.0 mol [L.sup.-1] KCl), which the oxidation potential value is lower than observed by BDDE [12].
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 2.85 eV, compared to 2.07 eV for ozone.
Reeves discusses the many considerations that go into maximizing the SCR catalyst life cycle such as determining the current mercury oxidation potential of installed SCR catalysts and methods to reliably predict SCR mercury oxidation over time.
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.