oxidation-reduction


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Synonyms for oxidation-reduction

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

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Mauk, pH-Linked conformational regulation of a metalloprotein oxidation-reduction equilibrium: electrochemical analysis of the alkaline form of cytochrome c, J.
Bar-Or, "Plasma oxidation-reduction potential and protein oxidation in traumatic brain injury," Journal of Neurotrauma, vol.
It is a first-in-class clinical diagnostic platform that measures oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) in the body, a homeostatic measurement of oxidative stress that changes in response to traumatic injury or illness.
Changes in analyte concentration over time, divided by the concentration of the conjugate analyte at time 0, strongly correlated with oxidation-reduction potentials.
Many key biological reactions are, in fact, oxidation-reduction reactions.
Measurement of oxidation-reduction potential substantiates this observation with 90% of the measurements in a positive state.
1) reviews the current understanding of flavoproteins, which play a role in catalyzing oxidation-reduction reactions and in other biological activities, and have now been identified and characterized from almost every organism known.
Electrons are donated and accepted in a sequence of oxidation-reduction reactions between the complexes and cytochrome proteins.
As noted, more than 90% of the readers use either acid-base neutralization or oxidation-reduction titration in their work.
Uranium is a radioactive heavy metal, is extremely soluble, transported within groundwater, and is precipitated through oxidation-reduction.
Metal dissolution--the surface of a metal anode begins to dissolve as part of the oxidation-reduction reactions (dissolved metal remains in an anodic film)
A new analysis of Mars soil samples using the Wet Chemistry Laboratory, a component of the Microscopy, Electrochemistry, and Conductivity Analyzer on the NASA Mars Phoenix Lander found that although low levels of oxidizing compounds may be present, the oxidation-reduction potential of the soil is moderate and well within the range expected for habitable soils.
The rest of book covers areas such as oxidation-reduction, phase interactions, aquatic microbial biochemistry, and chemical analysis of water and wastewater.
Potassium hydroxide (KOH), which has a current usage of approximately 580,000 tons/year in the United States, is typically produced using chlor-alkali oxidation-reduction reactions that involve hazardous co-products and a byproduct of chloride gas.
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