Reducing

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Reducing

• a & n. from Reduce. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Reduce
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Reducing

Re·du'cing (r?*d?'s?ng), a & noun from Reduce . Reducing furnace (Metal.) , a furnace for reducing ores. -- Reducing pipe fitting , a pipe fitting, as a coupling, an elbow, a tee, etc., for connecting a large pipe with a smaller one. -- Reducing v...
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Reducing

A chemical reagent which brings about the reduction of some other Agent substance and is itself simultaneously oxidized. See reduction and oxidation.
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Reducing

A reducing atmosphere in a furnace drives out oxygen. See also Oxidising. In aluminium production alumina is reduced to the metal in the electrolytic cell.
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Reducing

A reducing atmosphere in a furnace drives out oxygen. See also Oxidising. In aluminium production alumina is reduced to the metal in the electrolytic cell.
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reducing

From Reduce. ... <chemistry> Reducing furnace, a furnace for reducing ores. Reducing pipe fitting, a pipe fitting, as a coupling, an elbow, a tee, etc, for connecting a large pipe with a smaller one. Reducing valve, a device for automatically maintaining a diminished pressure of steam, air, gas, etc, in a pipe, or other receiver, which is fed...
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Reducing

Separating from foreign substances; the reductioon of ores consists in extracting from them the metals they contain.
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Reducing

The act in which a substance brings about the chemical change of reduction, the process in which an electron is added to an atom or ion such as removal of oxygen from a molecule, in another substance, itself being oxidised.
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Reducing

The act, considered to be poor poker etiquette, refers to removing chips from the table and returning immediately with fewer chips.
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reducing

The gain of electrons by an atom, ion, or molecule.
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Reducing

To rapidly boil a liquid until reduced in volume, to thicken and/or concentrate the flavour.
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reducing

[n] - loss of excess weight (as by dieting)
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