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Reactive Oxygen Species

Reactive Oxygen Species

Submitted by • September 27, 2013

Definition of reactive oxygen species
Reactive oxygen species (ROS) are free radicals and ions that are highly reactive. In their outer orbit, they contain chemicals with unpaired electrons and atoms. ROS are the free radicals that contain molecules of oxygen while free radicals no not have oxygen.

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