[ok-si-dey-shuh n-ri-duhk-shuh n]Chemistry
- a chemical reaction between two substances in which one substance is oxidized and the other reduced.
- of or relating to such a reaction.
Origin of oxidation-reduction
First recorded in 1905–10
Also called redox.
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- a reversible chemical process usually involving the transfer of electrons, in which one reaction is an oxidation and the reverse reaction is a reduction
- Also: redox(as modifier)an oxidation-reduction reaction
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- A chemical reaction in which an atom or ion loses electrons to another atom or ion.redox
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- A chemical reaction in which an atom or ion loses electrons to another atom or ion.
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