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Reducing equivalent

In biochemistry, the term reducing equivalent refers to any of a number of chemical species which transfer the equivalent of one electron in redox reactions. Examples of reducing equivalents are:
  • A lone electron (for example in reactions involving metal ions)
  • A hydrogen atom (consisting of a proton and an electron)
  • A hydride ion (:H−) which carries two electrons (for example in reactions involving NAD)

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