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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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In the case of R-12, gas chromatography analysis was utilized to identify and further study its reduction reaction to form R-22 via the exchange of one of its chlorine atoms for a hydrogen atom from the lubricant (Doderer, Spauschus 1966).
Although metal oxide does not provide reduction catalytic reaction side, loading it on photocatalyst may still increase the reduction products'yield, since it will extract hole and extend the lifetime of electrons for reduction reaction. In addition, electron accumulation on co-catalyst allows the discharge of more than one electron at a time, facilitating the multi-electron CO2 reduction processes.
Effect of Reaction Temperature on Reduction Reaction. Effect of reaction temperature on reduction reaction is shown in Fig.
Figure 3 summarizes the stereoisomer rearrangement data for R1233zd(E), R1234ze(E) and R514A and compares these values to published reduction reaction studies for R11, R12, R123, R22, R32, R134a and R125.
The degree of alloying and composition uniformity were also found to play a major role in the oxidation reduction reaction (ORR) [1-3].
Reduction reactions involving copper have not been as thoroughly studied.
Curve (c) showed the reduction reaction current peak of 139.1 [micro]A at the potential of 0.12 V.
Fan, "The recent progress and future of oxygen reduction reaction catalysis: a review," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol.
However, both [E.sub.2g2] (interior) and [E.sub.2g2](boundary) bands at 1583 and 1597 [cm.sup.-1], respectively, were observed during the first reduction reaction, indicating the absence and presence of intercalates within graphite layers, respectively (Figure 6).
Enzymes such as multicopper oxidases (MCOs) belonging to oxidoreductase family can reduce oxygen into water performing oxygen reduction reaction (ORR).
To date, Pt-based materials are preferably used as the electrocatalyst for fuel cell because of the low over potential and high current density [1-3], though Pt-based catalysts as precious metal are expensive and their kinetics of the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is sluggish.
Oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is used in many electrochemical energy transformation devices (e.g., in low-temperature fuel cells).
Between different classes of known FDH enzymes, the [NAD.sup.+]-independent FDHs are the ones recognized as responsible for C[O.sub.2] reduction reaction. Like the Ni-CODHs, the [NAD.sup.+]-independent FDHs are also extremely sensitive to atmospheric dioxygen, and their manipulation also requires strictly anaerobic conditions.
One of the key drawbacks to current fuel cells is that the electrocatalysts (catalysis of a half-cell reaction at an electrodes surface) used in them rely on precious metal catalysts--such as platinum--to induce oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) at the fuel cell cathode.
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