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reductant

[ri′dək·tənt]
(metallurgy)
Coal or other reducing materials introduced in a smelting process to remove oxygen from ores or concentrates.
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[H.sub.2] is also a good candidate for the reductant since [H.sub.2] can be converted into a proton by photocatalyst [27-36].
For example, in a study [28] it was shown that 1,2,4-triazole derivatives show a good reductant activity.
The demonstration plant at the Outotec Research Center in Pori has played an essential role in developing the DC smelting process by allowing testing of a wide range of raw materials and reductants. The center's unique capabilities cover the entire concept and product development chain, from mineralogical analysis of feed material to the scaled-up process and operating parameters.
Thus, it could be confirmed that NPs synthesis not only requires a reductant, but also requires the presence of stabilizer.
Tannic acid, a plant derived polyphenolic compound [11] (Figure 1), has also been exploited as a reductant of metal salt solutions.
Herein, we proposed a convenient method of introducing TP as the green reductant to synthesize AgNPs through an in situ reduction approach in PAN/dimethyl formamide (DMF) solution.
8 July 2011 - ICRA said yesterday it had assigned a BB-/"stable" rating to two loans of a combined INR75m (USD1.7m/EUR1.2m) of Indian textile chemicals manufacturer Thakor Reductants Pvt Ltd.
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Under these conditions, the free carboxylic groups available in gelatin act as palladium reductants in the presence of heat and produce palladium metallic nanocatalyst."
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A spectrophotometric technique involving the ferric reducing antioxidant power (FRAP) was used to quantify the antioxidants (reductants) in the dry, frozen and freeze dried berries.