oxidation

[ok-si-dey-shuh n]
Also ox·i·di·za·tion [ok-si-duh-zey-shuh n] /ˌɒk sɪ dəˈzeɪ ʃən/.

Origin of oxidation

First recorded in 1785–95; oxide + -ation
Related formsox·i·da·tion·al, ox·i·da·tive, adjectivenon·ox·i·da·tion, nounnon·ox·i·da·tive, adjectivenon·ox·i·di·za·tion, nouno·ver·ox·i·di·za·tion, nounre·ox·i·da·tion, nounself-ox·i·da·tion, nounun·ox·i·da·tive, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for non-oxidative

oxidation

noun
    1. the act or process of oxidizing
    2. (as modifier)an oxidation state; an oxidation potential
Derived Formsoxidational, adjectiveoxidative, adjective
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Word Origin and History for non-oxidative

oxidation

n.

1791, from French oxidation (1787), coined by G. de Morveau and A. Lavoisier, noun of action from oxider "oxidize," from oxide (see oxide).

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non-oxidative in Medicine

oxidation

[ŏk′sĭ-dāshən]
n.
  1. The combination of a substance with oxygen.
  2. A reaction in which the atoms in an element lose electrons and the valence of the element is correspondingly increased.
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non-oxidative in Science

oxidation

[ŏk′sĭ-dāshən]
  1. The chemical combination of a substance with oxygen.
  2. A chemical reaction in which an atom or ion loses electrons, thus undergoing an increase in valence. Removing an electron from an iron atom having a valence of +2 changes the valence to +3. Compare reduction.
Related formsoxidative adjective
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non-oxidative in Culture

oxidation

Any chemical reaction in which a material gives up electrons, as when the material combines with oxygen. Burning is an example of rapid oxidation; rusting is an example of slow oxidation. (See combustion and reduction.)

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