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Reaction

A decline in prices following an advance. Opposite of rally.

Reaction

A decrease in price following an increase in price. A reaction connotes a slow decline; it is the opposite of a recovery.

reaction

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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redox reaction process, especially, may favor iodide ions accessing from the electrolyte into the surface of the electrode.
Therefore, ultimately it is the standard electric potential, which is responsible to complete the redox reactions happening inside the polymeric electrode.
Our conclusion, therefore, is that the elemental antimony appearing in PET melt polymerizations is a product of a redox reaction in which carbon monoxide, which itself is produced by thermal oxidation of ethylene glycol or glycolate or glycoxide moieties, is being oxidized to carbon dioxide with the concomitant reduction of Sb(III) to Sb(0).
These redox reactions include transformations of C, N, and S, which can involve reactions with Fe and Mn species.
PSII Photosystem II: A complex of pigments and proteins that transfer electrons from water to Photosystem I PSI Photosystem I: A complex of pigments and proteins that transfer electrons to NADPH Reaction Center Special chlorophyll a molecules in a photosystem that are actually involved in the transfer of elec trons, and thus chemical reactions, in photosynthesis Redox Reactions Chemical reactions involving simultaneous reduction and oxidation of chemical substances.
Objective: The research proposed in BioAqua aims at breaking new ground in the area of catalysis by enabling water-driven biocatalytic redox reactions.
Considering the various sources of food contamination and spoilage, the report includes sources other than microbial spoilage as potential for preservatives market such as enzymatic and redox reactions.
Systems biologists have found that energy metabolism, which is based on redox reactions, is a significant element in many diseases.
Known as redox reactions, they break down compounds by taking away or adding electrons--reducing or oxidizing the compounds respectively, in the chemical parlance.
The original microbial identification kits were based on redox reactions that produce a color change in microwells; that is, when cells utilize carbon for energy, they turn a colorless dye purple.
If the generality of such reaction mechanisms can be established, there is a real prospect of describing Main Group redox reactions in a completely new light.
Our paper suggests that this interaction initiates redox reactions within the mitochondrion that induce a surge of reactive oxygen species resulting in cancer cell apoptosis.