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. The “Chemistry in Focus” segment Do We Age by Oxidation? discusses antioxidants. What does it mean for a chemical to be an antioxidant? How would ii work chemically?

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Interpretation:

The meaning for a chemical to be an antioxidant and how it works should be determined.

Concept Introduction:

The substance that inhibits oxidation (addition of oxygen) is said to be an antioxidant.

Explanation

The substance that inhibits oxidation (addition of oxygen) is said to be an antioxidant. The process in which the transfer of electrons or hydrogens from a substance to an oxidizing agent takes place is said to be an oxidation process...

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