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nonoxidizing

(nɒnˈɒksɪˌdaɪzɪŋ) or

nonoxidising

adj
(Chemistry) chem not leading to oxidation, not converting to oxide
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According to the thermodynamic reaction, complete precipitation of [Fe.sub.2][O.sub.3] from a mixture of ferrous and ferric ions is expected within a pH range of 9-14 and under nonoxidising atmosphere [16].
On doping emeraldine base (EB) with nonoxidising protonic acids such as HCl, [H.sub.2]S[O.sub.4], or organic acids (p-toluene sulfonic acid), it is converted into emeraldine salt (ES) form which is electrically conducting [23, 24].
This is an indication that the Ru displays the same effect on the cathodic reaction as was observed in a previous investigation [25] in sulphuric acid with WC-Co alloys containing Ru and also as has been reported to be the case when stainless steels containing PGM additions are exposed to corrosive nonoxidising acid solutions [31].