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Synonyms for redox

a reversible chemical reaction in which one reaction is an oxidation and the reverse is a reduction

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AgNPs used in our experiments were synthesized by chemical reduction method in the presence of an acrylic polymer.
The reasons for this could be due to the coating of PABS onto the surface of GNS after covalent functionalization and the transformation of GO into GNS after chemical reduction.
The blade is produced utilizing a unique proprietary chemical reduction method that does not change the properties of the steel.
TABLE Environmental modifications for children with asthma Intervention Effect Tobacco smoke exposure reduction Beneficial Chemical reduction of dust mites Harmful Physical reduction of dust mites Unknown Bedding material (feather vs synthetic) Unknown Removal of cats Unknown Air filters or dehumidification Unknown
The NO chemiluminescence technique, based on the chemical reduction of [NO.
Chemical reduction at a property is easy to achieve and often costs up to 25% less than traditional products.
Currently, the preferred method for recovering titanium is by a two stage chemical reduction process.
Both a-lactalbumin and b-lactoglobulin can be extensively polymerized by transglutaminase when they are partly unfolded by the chemical reduction of the disulfide bridges stabilizing their tertiary structure, or by performing the reaction at alkaline pH.
Copper nanoparticles have been synthesized by using chemical reduction method using de-ionized water as solvent.
Using chemical reduction of graphite, his team created sheets of graphene that were about 500 to 1000 nanometres across, but only one atom thick.
In this research, silver colloid nanoparticles were firstly produced through chemical reduction method by using polyethylene glycol with low molecular weight.
Chemical reduction reactions are the basically the opposite of chemical oxidation reactions in that they are characterized by the opposite flow of electrons between the two reactants.
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