The team thinks the PMO-1 and PMO-3 samples were slower to oxidize
because of the lower average temperature and humidity in the free troposphere compared to the boundary layer.
Sulfur oxidizing bacteria (Acidithio bacillus) oxidize
S which results in P release from RP due to bacterially produced sulfuric acid during S oxidation phenomenon (Chi et al.
"Based on the Geneva agreement, we should dilute half of the 209-kg stockpile of our 20% enriched uranium and oxidize
the other half.
This pool of energetic molecules is now available to diffuse away and oxidize
any susceptible molecule it encounters.
The CerOx system uses a patented electrochemical cell (called the T-cell) to oxidize
a cerium metal ion, which in turn oxidizes
If run hot, and in contact with air, the fluid can severely oxidize
. Valves should be mounted stem sideward so that leakage from the stem or from bonnet gasketing is less likely to enter insulation.
Cigarette smoke contains large quantities of free radicals, many of which are known to oxidize
The product is used to oxidize
carbon fiber precursors and oxidize
polyacrylonitrile fibers for the production of flame-retardant fabric, reducing the oxidation time from more than 90 minutes to less than 30 minutes while greatly reducing the energy needed to oxidize
In 1993, bacteria were discovered which do not need oxygen but can oxidize
Fe(II) by using energy from light (anoxygenic phototrophic iron-oxidizing bacteria).
Because of the broad expression of LOX-1 on several cells [3, 5] and the ability of macrophages, neutrophil, and other immune cells to oxidize
LDL [7, 8], there are several possible ways by which oxLDL can influence the inflammatory process.
This will cause any brand of oil to oxidize
and form acids that eventually produce carbon as they circulate through the heater.
Cigarette smoke contains highly reactive free radicals--unstable molecules that destructively oxidize
other molecules, including DNA.
The tiny sheltered coves within seafloor rocks contain just enough oxygen from seawater for the iron microbes to respire, but not an overwhelming amount that would oxidize
all the iron--without microbial intervention--before the microbes could use it.
Petroleum products--which have become cheaper to produce and sell than vegetable oils, and which oxidize
less readily--have dominated the market ever since.
Macrophages in turn further oxidize
MM-LDL to oxidized LDL.