reoxidize

reoxidize

(riːˈɒksɪˌdaɪz) or

reoxidise

vb
to oxidize again
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Simultaneously, protons that migrate through the [Nafion.sup.5] 117 membrane to the cathode compartment reduce oxygen to water and reoxidize ferrocyanide to ferricyanide.
Then the reduced mediator carrying electrons would reoxidize after depositing the electrons on the electrode.
High in density, they do not reoxidize or generate fines.
Experimentally, [F.sub.0]' is often measured by applying a pulse of far-red light to the sample after turning off the actinic light, in order to preferentially stimulate the PSI activity and reoxidize reduced electron transporters located uphill.
* Penetrate the OSP and provide a barrier on the cleaned metallic surface; otherwise the freshly exposed surfaces will easily reoxidize in the atmosphere, accelerated by the elevated soldering temperatures.
However, it has been stated that nitrites can more rapidly reoxidize metal surfaces, thereby quickly repairing the damage caused by cavitation.
As a liquid at steel temperatures, Ca aluminates improve the metal flow and lessen the blockage, allowing a tighter pouring stream with less surface to reoxidize.
Third, the incorporation of oxidizing agents in the coolant which would reoxidize the cleaved sulfur-sulfur bonds, is a possibility.
This high flow velocity impacting a mold or core could precipitate erosion defects and cause a sensitive alloy to reoxidize upon entering the mold cavity.
It is possible that [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] that is formed in the course of CA oxidation [33] reoxidizes ABTS into [ABTS.sup.+] and therefore results in overall smaller d[DELTA]A/dt at shorter incubation times, until it is used up.
Redox cycling occurs when a reduced quinone substrate such as menadione or doxorubicin spontaneously reoxidizes in the presence of oxygen, thereby reducing the oxygen molecule [17].