deoxygenate

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remove oxygen from (water)

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2]Hb, oxyhemoglobin; HHb, deoxygenated hemoglobin; COHb, carboxyhemoglobin; MetHb, methemoglobin; SFH, stroma-free hemoglobin; and LBH, lyophilized bovine hemoglobin.
After the mixture was deoxygenated three times, 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane was added.
However, deoxygenated red blood cells were subsequently lysed with an AA solution within which air (oxygen) was dissolved, and hence substantial amounts of RCF could have been retrapped before being fully deconjugated.
The flask was then sealed with a rubber stopper and deoxygenated by applying vacuum and backfilling with nitrogen.
Figure 2 shows the absorption spectra of purified oxygenated (solid line) and deoxygenated (dashed line) Hb A.
Functional MRI (fMRI) Oxygenated blood and deoxygenated blood have different magnetic properties that allow MRI machines to detect changes in blood oxygenation, in a technique called Blood Oxygenation Level Dependent (BOLD) imaging.
After successively adding tolene, the monomers and the initiator to the reactor, the magnetically stirred mixture was deoxygenated by flushing with nitrogen for at least 10 minutes.
Promising advances in this field involve: making adjustments to the pH of fish muscle to prevent Hb from becoming deoxygenated or oxidized; heating the fish under mild conditions from 55 C to 60 C to inhibit the development of pro-oxidative enzymes while minimizing the loss of heme or iron from Hb; adding polar polyphenols extracted from fruits and plants; and adding aqueous extracts from fish or chicken muscle--press juice.
Also, deoxygenated blood can be imaged with relatively simple technology--which is just what hand- and face-geometric scanners do.
It is obvious that the primary extracts obtained as only partially deoxygenated and not totally decomposed urgently need additional deoxygenation and decomposition as secondary upgrading (hydrogenation).
While many festival attendees were "dazzled by its beauty and energy," as Lions Gate stated in its release announcing the company's acquisition of Rize, and while the dance sequences do melt the screen, I just felt the chill of another street movement with political roots being co-opted, bottled and deoxygenated at the source for commercial consumption.
Some 40 km of the Richmond River was severely deoxygenated with dissolved oxygen ~0.
41) The presence of a hyperdynamic circulation and low pulmonary resistance results in the rapid transit of blood through the lungs and potentiates the transit of deoxygenated blood to the systemic circulation.
The two ice-making plants produce the 300-pound blocks of deoxygenated ice that eventually will become his hotel.