hydrogen peroxide

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Synonyms for hydrogen peroxide

a viscous liquid with strong oxidizing properties

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After removal from the acetic acid solution, the iron substrate was immersed in H202 solution with the concentration of 15% for 3 h, and then the cast iron substrate was immersed in an ethanol solution of perfluorocarboxylic acid with the concentration of 1% for 1 h.
Endoteliyal hucrelerin leptin ile uyarilmasi hucre icinde H202 ve HO gibi reaktif oksijen turlerinin asiri birikimine ve metalloproteinaz-1 ekspresyonunda artisa neden olmaktadir (29).
Future studies could explore the balance between honey catalase and glucose oxidase activities and H202 content.
In soybean suspension cells it was estimated that only H202 increases the killing potential of NO, whereas ONOO was generated by reaction of NO with [O.
Hydrogen peroxide levels - H202 - in hair are directly related to how quickly it turns grey, they revealed.
Freeman's research interests focus on the eukaryotic cell production, reactions and signal transduction properties of oxidization and free radical inflammatory mediators (superoxide, H202, nitric oxide, pernitite, oxidized/nitrated lipids).
Al is simultaneously an activator of SOD and an inhibitor of catalase, therefore superoxide radicals are readily converted to H202 and the breakdown to [H.
In the two-step treatment process, the H202 usage was found to be 50% less than Fenton's reaction.
Reduced glutathione (GSH), a major free radical scavenger produced by all cells, protects the heart against damage from H202 (Li et al.
The simultaneous multianalyte immunoassay included an incubation step, in which the antigens immobilized on working electrodes and the antigens in sample solution competitively bound a limited amount of HRP-labeled antibodies, and an automated detection step to ampero-metrically monitor the enzymatic reduction of H202 by the labeled HRP in the presence of the immobilized TBO as mediator to shuttle electrons between the HRP and the electrodes (Fig.
Lactobacillus species identification, H202 production, and antibiotic resistance and correlation with human clinical status.
anguillarum, which possesses catalase activity, may suppress fluorescence signals by altering H202 production as suggested by Bramble and Anderson (1997).
The soil organic matter was selectively removed by sonification of 2 g of soil with 5 mL of 30% H202 for 5 h at 85 [+ or -] 5[degrees]C in accordance with Agbenin and Olojo (2004).
A definite amount of ascorbic acid and H202 was added to the reaction flask followed by drop wise addition of monomer with continuous stirring of the reaction mixture.