Inhibition of Redox Reactions in a Low-Frequency Field
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The effect of low-frequency impacts on a system consisting of two biochemically active components, methylene blue dye and ascorbic acid, was investigated. Each of these components can be both reversibly oxidized and reversibly reduced. It was found that low-frequency oscillations do not accelerate the redox processes in this system, but conversely retard them. The observed inhibition of the acoustic chemical process in a low-frequency field was estimated quantitatively.
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