Definition of Oxidisation

1. Noun. The process of oxidizing; the addition of oxygen to a compound with a loss of electrons; always occurs accompanied by reduction.

Exact synonyms: Oxidation, Oxidization
Specialized synonyms: Calcination, Burning, Combustion, Nitrification, Rust, Rusting
Generic synonyms: Chemical Reaction, Reaction
Derivative terms: Oxidate, Oxidate, Oxidise, Oxidise, Oxidize, Oxidize



Definition of Oxidisation

1. Noun. (British) (alternative spelling of oxidization) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oxidisation

oxidation pond
oxidation state
oxidations
oxidative
oxidative metabolism
oxidative phosphorylation
oxidative stress
oxidatively
oxidator
oxidators
oxide
oxides
oxidic
oxidimetry
oxidisable
oxidisation (current term)
oxidise
oxidised
oxidised cellulose
oxidised glutathione
oxidiser
oxidisers
oxidises
oxidising
oxidizable
oxidization
oxidize
oxidized
oxidized LDL cholesterol
oxidized rhizosphere

Literary usage of Oxidisation

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1. A Treatise on Earthy and Other Minerals and Mining by David Christopher Davies (1888)
"Manganese oxidises very rapidly on exposure to the atmosphere, falling down in a black powder, and, as will be seen, ii is in various stages of oxidisation ..."

2. A Treatise on Earthly and Other Minerals and Mining by David Christopher Davies (1888)
"Manganese in its Native State—Rapid oxidisation of—Uses of the Ores of Manganese—Alloys of the Metal with Iron and ..."

3. The Development of the Railway System in Northumberland and Durham: Address by James Richard Fletcher (1902)
"... and loss in weight by excessive oxidisation was urged against its introduction. The superiority of malleable iron rails, however, soon became apparent, ..."

4. The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology by James Samuelson, William Crookes (1876)
"In their normal condition the faeces of man, and probably those of many other animals, contain a yellow colouring- matter, which by oxidisation yields a ..."

5. Chemical News and Journal of Physical Science (1870)
"If not already oxidised, a certain amount of oxidisation causes the absorption to advance towards the red end of the spectrum to an extent varying according ..."

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