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reduced

adjective attenuated, brief, contracted, cut, decreased, deficient, depressed, diluted, diminished, less, lesser, lowered, minimal, minor, nominal, shorter, slashed, smaller, thinned
Associated concepts: reduced charge, reduced sentence
See also: brief, inferior, insolvent, minimal, nominal, poor
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It was impossible to study metal centered redox properties of Fe complex because of using DMSO as solvent.
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After attaining the set temperature, redox initiator couple, buffer, and known amount of seed were added to the reactor.
Cys concentrations in conditioned media from both young and old cell cultures, and in all 3 redox media, were higher than the Cys concentrations seen in the corresponding redox media incubated in the absence of cells (compare Figures 2(c) and 2(d) to 2(a) and 2(b)).
and the surface-initiated redox polymerization of styrene is realized successfully.
21] has applied the Nernst equation, mass balance equation of redox reaction and Faraday's law of electrolysis to establish the relationship between the half-cell redox concentration of Ce(IV)/Ce(III) and the ORP during electrolysis.
3] induces a profound increase in the cytosolic EGSH of airway epithelial cells that is indicative of an oxidant-dependent impairment of glutathione redox homeostasis.
Redox potential (Eh) was determined in the wet soils at 0, 7, 14, and 21 days after imposition of treatments and during recovery periods.
Redox behaviour of Zn(II) and Zn(II) in presence of aspartic acid were investigated in 0.
The processes known as redox chemistry are fundamental to the way cells derive and consume energy.
The surface is immersed in an electrolytic fluid and the sensor detects the minute currents produced by redox reactions.
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