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  • The process by which oxygen reacts with other elements or chemical compunds is called oxidation, though the term has since been generalised by chemists to also refer to electrochemistry processes not involving oxygen. Oxygen is not necessary for oxidation the way chemists use the term (removal of electrons from something).