oxidation, oxidization, oxidisation(noun)
the process of oxidizing; the addition of oxygen to a compound with a loss of electrons; always occurs accompanied by reduction
The combination of a substance with oxygen.
A reaction in which the atoms of an element lose electrons and the valence of the element increases.
The numerical value of oxidation in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of oxidation in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
An epitome of the whole of life on Earth lies right in front of us, in the perpetual processes of re-oxidation and de-oxidation of the Hydrogens in a drop of water.
In a single drop of water lies an epitome of the whole of life, right in front of us, in the continuous cycles of oxidation and de-oxidation of the Hydrogens therein.
An epitome of the whole of life lies right in front of us, in the perpetual processes of re-oxidation and de-oxidation of the Hydrogens, within a single drop of water....that's also the essence of life on our Planet Earth and the Universe, by God's Grace.
Olive oil has to be kept into a dark bottle in order to preserve it from the action of the sunlight which strongly increases the oxidation quickly lowering the qualities of the olive oil, clear bottles are usually used to attract the clients with the color of the olive oil.
The car was in excellent condition out of storage, all of the original bits were there, no missing parts, only the front end was banged in, so we had to hammer that out because it was simply too ugly. The rest of the paint was dull but intact and all we had to do was get rid of the oxidation, and it came out very decent. The only things that we had to replace ended up being brake lines and a few bits of wiring.
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