unoxidized

unoxidized

or

unoxidised

adj
(Chemistry) not having undergone oxidation
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During the Yuan and Ming dynasties, unoxidized tea leaves were first pan-fried, then rolled and dried, a process that stops the oxidation process that turns the leaves dark, thereby allowing tea to remain green.
However, the constant movement of the surface of the molten bath due to the different melting practices (charging, skimming, cleaning, degassing, transferring, and ladling) causes the thin alumina films to break, to crumble, to thicken and to encapsulate unoxidized molten aluminum, generating what is known as wet dross.
Oscillatory shear measurements for the pure HDPE0390 and the nanocomposites with different unoxidized CNTs concentrations (0.
It can also be noticed that a part of the HC remains unoxidized, even at temperature higher than 500[degrees]C, which is mainly due to the presence of methane.
Using a new kind of sensor, Baker and colleagues scanned for short-lived chemicals that all vents expel, such as unoxidized iron and sulfur.
As it is known that GO by itself has poor microwave absorption capacity while the unoxidized graphitic portions present in GO act as the microwave absorbents that initiate the microwave-induced deoxygenation process as mentioned earlier in the literature [44].
playing a key role in lipid peroxidation, because combination with unsaturated lips (process of oxidative initiation) generates lipid oxidation and subsequently propagation of oxidation to unoxidized unsaturated lipids [31].
Unoxidized C18-cleaned extracts were also analyzed with the peak area responses of any naturally fluorescent chromatographic peaks with the same retention time as PST subtracted from the toxin peak areas of the oxidized sample.
Unoxidized palmitoyl-CoA, a FFA metabolite, is the main cause of lipid-generated tissue injury, [sup][26] suggesting that FFAs are more harmful than TGs.