unoxidized

unoxidized

or

unoxidised

adj
(Chemistry) not having undergone oxidation
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Salamis added, 'Test-work is ongoing for the unoxidized mineralization processing options, and while not yet complete, the Company is very encouraged by the results received to date.
The compositional analysis of the viscose (unoxidized and oxidized) samples was carried out by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) using a PHI-5000 VersaProbe photoelectron spectrometer ([PSI] ULVACPHI, INC.) with a hemispherical energy analyzer (0.85 eV binding energy resolution for organic materials).
Firstly, the raw pu-erh tea is produced by pressing large and unoxidized tea leaves which are then fermented for several years at room temperature.
Coal of grade d - long-flame - unrefined, unoxidized, lower heat of combustion - 5100 kcal / kg, ash-20%, mass fraction of total sulfur-1%, humidity-18.5%, mass fraction of chlorine-0.30%, mass fraction arsenic-0.01%, the size of pieces 0-200 (300) mm, without foreign impurities (including clays, crushed stone)
With several chemical species competing for oxygen in the molten pool, some of the uranium oxide can lose its oxygen and become metallic uranium, especially when large amount of unoxidized zirconium is present.
The hydrophobic polyaromatic sheets of unoxidized benzene rings of rGO exhibit hydrophobic interaction and [pi]-[pi] stacks towards the organic molecules [49], while binding properties of iron oxides provide high reactivity.
Both total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol levels in this group of animals were significantly higher than in those fed with unoxidized cholesterol.
The pore waters [delta][sup.18]O and [delta]D of unoxidized samples (between 19.0 and 34.1m) are close to Greensands waters (Bougligny).
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.
The humic acid code used was HAY, where Y corresponds to the conditions used in the oxidation of coal from which the respective humic acids were extracted, except for AH-0.063, AH-0.106 and AH-0.150 samples, which were extracted from unoxidized coal samples, previously ground and sieved to particle sizes of 0.063, 0.106 and 0.150 mm.