What Is the Definition of Oxidation?

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Oxidation is the result of the loss of one or more atoms when substances make contact. A simple example of this s when water and air contact iron. The result, over time, is that the iron forms oxidation that we know as rust. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Redox
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ox·i·da·tion
[ok-si-dey-shuhn]
NOUN [CHEMISTRY]
1.
the process or result of oxidizing.
2.
the deposit that forms on the surface of a metal as it oxidizes.
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