Definition of Electron transfer reaction

1. Noun. (chemistry) a reaction in which a single electron is transferred from one molecule to another; one being oxidized and the other reduced (also known as a redox reaction); long-range electron transfer reactions are important in biological reactions involving metalloproteins such as haemoglobin ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Electron Transfer Reaction

electron optics
electron orbit
electron pair
electron paramagnetic resonance
electron probe
electron probe microanalyser
electron probe microanalysis
electron radiation
electron radiography
electron resonance absorption
electron shell
electron spin resonance
electron spin resonance spectroscopy
electron trajectory
electron transfer flavin
electron transfer reaction (current term)
electron transfer reactions
electron transport
electron transport chain
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electron transport phosphorylation
electron transport system
electron tube
electron tubes
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electron volt
electron volts
electron wave function
electron wave functions
electron wavelength

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