Definition of Peroxid

1. peroxide [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Peroxid

perorates
perorating
peroration
perorational
perorations
perorator
perorators
perosamine
perosis
perospirone
perosseous
perovskite
perovskites
peroxi-
peroxid (current term)
peroxidase
peroxidase reaction
peroxidase stain
peroxidases
peroxidation
peroxidations
peroxidative
peroxide
peroxide blond
peroxide blonde
peroxided
peroxides
peroxidic
peroxiding

Literary usage of Peroxid

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1. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"Dose, 4 cc, i dram, USP; 2 to 8 cc, J^ to 2 drams, BP "Solid peroxid" consists of easily soluble compounds with urea, containing about 35 per cent, ..."

2. The Journal of Analytical and Applied Chemistry edited by Edward Hart (1892)
"SB The information to be found in the present literature of hydrogen peroxid regarding either the preparation of concentrated solutions of that reagent, ..."

3. Production and Inspection of Milk by Earley Vernon Wilcox, Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station (1912)
"HYDROGEN peroxid. This antiseptic depends largely for its germicidal and ... peroxid of hydrogen is a powerful oxidizer of animal tissues, starch, ..."

4. Official and Provisional Methods of Analysis by Association of Offical Analytical Chemists (U.S.). Committee on Revision of Methods, Harvey Washington Wiley (1910)
"Add pure sodium peroxid, small amounts (approximately 0.50 gram) at a time, ... Continue adding The peroxid until the mixture becomes nearly dry and quite ..."

5. A Text-book of sanitary and applied chemistry, or, The chemistry of water by Edgar Henry Summerfield Bailey (1917)
"Hydrogen peroxid (H202) in acting as an oxidizing agent gives up half of its oxygen, ... The common commercial hydrogen peroxid is a 3 % solution in water, ..."

6. Diseases of the Digestive Organs: With Special Reference to Their Diagnosis by Charles Dettie Aaron (1921)
"Hydrogen peroxid.—It has recently been shown that hydrogen peroxid, ... A teaspoonful of hydrogen peroxid may be taken in a glass of water after meals (see ..."

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