|to restore or reduce to the natural or uncombined state, such as a metal|
|a colorless, toxic, water-soluble gas having a suffocating odor, used chiefly as a disinfectant and preservative, contained in resins and plastics|
|1.||the act of sequestering or state of being sequestered|
|2.||law the sequestering of property|
|3.||chem See also sequestrant the effective removal of ions from a solution by coordination with another type of ion or molecule to form complexes that do not have the same chemical behaviour as the original ions|
sequestration se·ques·tra·tion (sē'kwĭ-strā'shən, sěk'wĭ-)
The formation of a sequestrum.
Loss of blood or of its fluid content into spaces within the body, so that the circulating volume diminishes.
The inhibition or prevention of normal ion behavior by combination with added materials, especially the prevention of metallic ion precipitation from solution.