- A chemical reaction in which hydrogen is removed from a compound.
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Dehydrogenation — is a chemical reaction that involves the elimination of hydrogen (H2). It is the reverse process of hydrogenation. Dehydrogenation reactions may be either large scale industrial processes or smaller scale laboratory procedures. Classes of the… … Wikipedia
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dehydrogenation — noun Date: 1866 the removal of hydrogen from a chemical compound • dehydrogenate transitive verb … New Collegiate Dictionary
dehydrogenation — See dehydrogenate. * * * … Universalium
dehydrogenation — noun Any reaction or process in which hydrogen is removed from a substance, especially the production of unsaturated organic compounds from saturated ones … Wiktionary
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dehydrogenation — de·hydrogenation … English syllables