Definition of Deoxygenates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of deoxygenate) ¹



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Definition of Deoxygenates

1. deoxygenate [v] - See also: deoxygenate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deoxygenates

deoxycorticosterone
deoxycortone
deoxycytidine
deoxycytidine kinase
deoxycytidine monophosphate
deoxycytidines
deoxycytidylate
deoxycytidylate hydroxymethyltransferase
deoxycytidylate methylase
deoxycytidylic acid
deoxycytosine nucleotides
deoxyephedrine
deoxyepinephrine
deoxygenate
deoxygenated
deoxygenates (current term)
deoxygenating
deoxygenation
deoxygenations
deoxygenize
deoxygenized
deoxygenizes
deoxygenizing
deoxygluconate
deoxygluconic acid
deoxyglucose
deoxyglucoses
deoxyguanine
deoxyguanine nucleotides
deoxyguanosine

Literary usage of Deoxygenates

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1. The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette (1844)
"The fact that heat, though almost universally an agent that tends to promote oxygénation, occasionally deoxygenates, (as is to be presumed without ..."

2. A Manual of Mineralogy by Arthur Aikin (1814)
"... blue flame consists of matter in a state of imperfect combustion, and therefore partly deoxygenates metallic oxides which are placed in contact with it. ..."

3. Sewage Disposal by George Warren Fuller (1912)
"3. Sewage mud accumulates year after year at some places. It undergoes anaerobic decomposition and deoxygenates the ..."

4. Sewage Disposal by George W. Fuller (1912)
"It undergoes anaerobic decomposition and deoxygenates the overlying water to some extent. In brief, the self-purifying power of streams may disappear ..."

5. Dictionary of Chemistry: Containing the Principles and Modern Theories of by Mrs Lincoln Phelps, Louis Nicholas Vauquelin, G L ] [Brismontier (1830)
"Sulphuretted hydrogen appears to be the substance which deoxygenates it with the most facility, acting upon it at the ordinary temperature. ..."

6. The Alabama Manual and Statistical Register for 1869 by Joseph Hodgson (1869)
"The manganese, by its superior affinity for oxygen, deoxygenates the metal which is decarbonized by the current of air, and thus renders the metal sound, ..."

7. Literary Industries by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1890)
"There is about all this bustle and business the stifling vapor of merchandise, town lots, and stocks, which, as one says truthfully, "deoxygenates the air ..."

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