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Synonyms for oxidant

a substance that oxidizes another substance

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Oxidants (20 mM potassium permanganate solution, 20 mM iodine solution, and 50 mM hydrogen peroxide solution) were diluted at a 1:1 ratio using distilled water to obtain five concentrations.
But oxidants used in Situ Chemical Oxidation can impede the biological activity (Sutton et al.
Come to think of it, with the antibiotic and antioxidant alliance calling themselves the AAA, as they surely will, this seems bound to drive the other AAA, the Amateur Athletic Association, into the arms of the probiotics and oxidants, and since athletics is a highly effective way of producing perspiration, that makes it even more likely the antiperspirants will join the other antis.
Bob Newton, MIOX Vice President Industrial Sales commented, "We are pleased to be working together with CoolTech Gulf to bring advanced mixed oxidant technology to the Middle East.
In the late 1970s, the interpretation of the Viking biology results seemed to hinge on whether Mars had organic molecules and/or oxidants.
This technology adds advanced oxidants to the sand through the sand system's water supply.
Polyphenols occur naturally in chocolate and can act like anti- oxidants which combat harmful cells in our bodies and have been linked to warding off heart disease and cancer.
The pen is approximately 6 inches in length, weighs 3 ounces, and will generate a dose of chlorine-based mixed oxidants in about 30 seconds that will disinfect one liter of water, the size of a military canteen.
Pyrrole has a relatively low oxidation potential and may be polymerized by oxidants such as Cu[Cl.
In lethal concentrations, carbon monoxide kills by suffocation; in smog, it forces the heart and lungs to work harder to get enough oxygen--and, of course, the more air we have to take in to get enough oxygen, the more oxidants and carcinogens we inhale.
The profit margin for this ore type is low and only permits the use of low-cost oxidants such as compressed air and oxygen.
S-ISCO is a chemical treatment process which uses biodegradable plant-based surfactants, in combination with oxidants and catalysts, to enhance contaminant destruction through oxidation.
14 To prevent the harmful effects of oxidants, such as free radicals and lipid peroxidation, defensive mechanisms got developed in the body.
All forms of life that breathe oxygen-even ones that can't be seen with the naked eye, such as bacteria-must fight oxidants to live.