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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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Finally, the electrochemical stability was estimated as the reduction of the SC after 50 consecutive oxidation-reduction cycles ([DELTA]SC; in %).
Bar-Or, "Plasma oxidation-reduction potential and protein oxidation in traumatic brain injury," Journal of Neurotrauma, vol.
It is a first-in-class clinical diagnostic platform that measures oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) in the body, a homeostatic measurement of oxidative stress that changes in response to traumatic injury or illness.
LbL synthesis by an oxidation-reduction method, using a Ti[(OH).sub.3] colloid and NaN[O.sub.2] solution on the surface of quartz substrate, resulted in formation of layers of nanostructured titanium dioxide(IV).
The microbes can also produce end-products--such as sulfur compounds, alcohols and aldehydes--that can participate in the oxidation-reduction reactions occurring in the juice or wine, or that can be substrates of oxidation such as fatty acids.
The oxidation-reduction potential ([E.sub.h]) of water is an index of the exchange activity of electrons among elements in solution.
1) reviews the current understanding of flavoproteins, which play a role in catalyzing oxidation-reduction reactions and in other biological activities, and have now been identified and characterized from almost every organism known.
To obtain the best electrochemical conditions for the Ny/FGO coating formation, polarization curves were determined under acid, neutral, and basic solutions to observe the best oxidation-reduction conditions.
Electrons are donated and accepted in a sequence of oxidation-reduction reactions between the complexes and cytochrome proteins.
Uranium is a radioactive heavy metal, is extremely soluble, transported within groundwater, and is precipitated through oxidation-reduction. Within the 15 classifications, the sandstone type is most common in Wyoming.
Metal dissolution--the surface of a metal anode begins to dissolve as part of the oxidation-reduction reactions (dissolved metal remains in an anodic film)
A new analysis of Mars soil samples using the Wet Chemistry Laboratory, a component of the Microscopy, Electrochemistry, and Conductivity Analyzer on the NASA Mars Phoenix Lander found that although low levels of oxidizing compounds may be present, the oxidation-reduction potential of the soil is moderate and well within the range expected for habitable soils.

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