hydrogen peroxide

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Synonyms for hydrogen peroxide

a viscous liquid with strong oxidizing properties

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Research & Development II-30 Applied Process Technology Introduces HiPOx Plus II-30 Degussa Introduces New OXTERIL[R] Grade II-30 Californian Inventors Develop Aqueous H2O2 Composition Utilization Method II-30 Inventor from Japan Develops Method for Etching Semiconductor Devices II-30 Pennsylvanian Inventor Develops New Method for Producing H2O2 II-30 Canadian Inventors Develop Surfactant for Separating Hydrocarbons from Solids II-31 Ohio Inventors Develop Catalyst System II-31 Connecticut Inventors Develop Membrane Electrode Assembly II-31 Georgia Inventors Develop Method for Determining H2O2 Concentration II-31 KHS Develops New KHS Alfill Concept for Bottling Beverages II-31
Prior to the independent test, the use of H2O2 sterilization in biological safety cabinets and barrier isolators was considered a popular alternative to ethylene oxide (EtO), and viewed as a logical and safe method for sterilization.
Exogenous spermidine differentially alters activities of some scavenging system enzymes, H2O2 and superoxide radical levels in waterstressed cucumber leaves, J.
It produces H2O2 more efficiently, cutting both energy use and costs.
More intense stress to human skin cells using H2O2 and UV-C resulted in successful preservation when treated with AAGP(TM).
For this purpose, all components of the system for periodic decontamination must be begasungstauglich with H2O2.
Differential production of the enzyme catalase, which disproportionate H2O2 to H2O and molecular oxygen, by bacterial isolates would lead to differential production of DMBQ and hence differential reduction in haustorium initiation [11].
higher levels of oxidized lipids promote the creation of oxygen free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS), such as H2O2, which can promote inflammation).
The extract inhibits UVA and UVB light induced photoisomerization of trans-urocanic acid (t-UCA), a common photoreceptor located in the stratum corneum, and also blocks its photodecomposition in the presence of oxidizing reagents such as H2O2, and titanium dioxide (TiO2).
The increase in absorbance was recorded at 470 nm within 30 s (linear phase) after H2O2 was added.
The authors propose that dust devils and dust storms on Mars generate electrostatic fields--similar to the electric fields produced by thunderstorms on Earth--capable of transforming carbon dioxide and water into the precursors of H2O2.
Salicylic acid changes activities of H2O2 metabolizing enzymes and increases the chilling tolerance of banana seedlings.
7-level building: 2 Basement + 5 above ground (the last as a technical floor)- Paint on concrete and cement coating: +/- 250 m2,- Acrylic paint, walls and ceilings: +/- 1550 m2,- H2O2 disinfected paint, walls and ceilings: +/- 900 m2,- Concrete fixer saw dust, walls and ceilings: +/- 3700 m2,- Washable paint, walls and ceilings: 16 700 m2.
Previous results demonstrated AAGP(TM) protective activity against harsh stress (such as H2O2 exposure and UV-C radiation) even at low concentrations.
After 48-hours at body core temperature (37 degrees C), the untreated adult skin cells exposed to H2O2 had a 10% survival rate.