reduction potential


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reduction potential

[ri′dək·shən pə‚ten·chəl]
(physical chemistry)
The potential drop involved in the reduction of a positively charged ion to a neutral form or to a less highly charged ion, or of a neutral atom to a negatively charged ion.
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- wp 1.2): quantitative assessment of the greenhouse gas reduction potential of municipalities.
"Demand for A20X castings is growing significantly as aerospace and defense customers seek to unlock the weight and cost reduction potential offered by the high-strength alloy.
sizes, the Air Pass Mud Flap offers weight reduction potential of 60 percent or more when compared to conventional rubber flaps, which can create drag when winds hit a truck or trailer.
Reduction potential is also being used as a stimulus for cancer-targeting delivery vehicles.
It can be seen in Figure 4(a) that the reduction potential of MWCNTs was -0.30 V with the current density of -0.90mA x [cm.sup.-2].
Chromium (VI) removal by immobilized cells of S7 and Chlorella was 4.5mg/g and 6.20mg/g, with reduction potential of 58% and 60%, respectively.
An economic report published by Al-Eqtisad Journal, published by Al-Sharqiya Chamber, in July 2017 issue, reported that the government has managed to cut costs by $ 4.5 billion, in the first quarter of this year, a figure that exceeds expectations and fully reflects cost reduction potential and provides for significant savings, in the future, according to the report.
Clearly when the eMachine power capability is zero, this idealised C[O.sub.2] reduction potential due to recuperation is also zero.
This shows the auction has unlocked medium and long-term cost reduction potential, which will lead to a reduction in funding to an extent that had not been expected," Homann said.
By assessing both the technology maturity and the cost reduction potential of these applications, Innova Research concluded that graphene-reinforced tires, graphene-based friction/thermal management materials, and graphene-integrated electronics applications were the closest to scaled adoption in the automotive applications.
The MonoLite steel piston technology offers a superior compression height reduction potential compared to typical friction welded designs.
"[The numbers show] the logical order of materials to recycle based on economics and greenhouse gas reduction potential," Hallenbeck said.

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