hydroxyl ion


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hydroxyl ion

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Noun1.hydroxyl ion - the anion OH having one oxygen and one hydrogen atom
anion - a negatively charged ion
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F-can replace hydroxyl ion in the apatite crystal structure.
The use of ultrasound waves for the production of hydroxyl ion has recently attracted many researchers.
It has been investigated that chloride ions are being replaced by hydroxyl ion in HA crystals because the size of both the ions correspond to each other (rCl- =181pm and rOH- = 151pm).
A good hydroxyl radical scavenging activity of EPS of WR-1 suggests that EPS has potentials of being used as alternative to synthetic antioxidants in arresting oxidative activity of hydroxyl ion.
Similarly, these renewable energy sources can be used to split water into hydrogen and hydroxyl ion, and then use the hydrogen to power the hydrogen fuel cell.
Then the values of the hydroxyl ion concentrations were determined for the medium modelling the cover
2]), which readily disengage from the anode and cathode, and one ionic species, hydroxyl ion that is of relatively limited mobility and at very high concentration the cathodic surface.
The reason for this significant difference could be attributed to the presence of the polyethylene polymer which has poorer hydroxyl ion sites than wood particulates.
SDG is an antioxidant as it can scavenge certain free radicals such as the hydroxyl ion.
Supporting the use of certain herbal products in inflammatory bowel disease is the observation that chronic gut inflammation is associated with enhanced production of reactive metabolites of oxygen and nitrogen, with the predominant metabolites in ulcerative colitis being hypochlorite, hydrogen peroxide, hydroxyl ion, and superoxide (Gastroenterology 1992; 103:186-96).
The characteristic functional groups corresponding vibration of phosphate ion, hydroxyl ion, adsorbed water and carbonated ions were observed for HA powder (Fig 3).
In stoichiometric formulas, based on XRD and chemical analysis, it has been reported that a little amount of hydroxyl ion is present in the lingulate brachiopod shells from Obolus-phosphorites (e.