Did you mayhaps mean oxidization?
- n. UK alternative spelling of oxidization.
- n. the process of oxidizing; the addition of oxygen to a compound with a loss of electrons; always occurs accompanied by reduction
“I think perhaps it’s some kind of oxidisation, or whatever the term is, because where the panels fitted to the mild steel body there was a weakening and even holing of the metal.”
“It doesn't sound appetising, I admit, but given the apples ought to be golden brown with caramel in any case, a little oxidisation is neither here nor there with this dish.”
“The nose was beaten steel riveted to bone; the eyebrows rusted filings; the mouth encrusted with oxidisation.”
“It's made of 22-carat gold and the 'spots' are created through cunning use of oxidisation.”
“Thank the prophet Teddybear that the water is fairly hot, because the inside of the machine was encrusted with backwashed coffee grounds and various signs of oxidisation.”
“Some of the models have been given a unique rusted appearance using oxidisation techniques at a laboratory in Switzerland.”
“When sufficiently dry they are carefully packaged in tight, light and air resistant bundles to prevent any further oxidisation.”
“You can use it now or store it in the fridge in a sealed container under a little oil to stop oxidisation.”
“If anyone comes into contact with it before oxidisation, they're dead men.”
“But when we do get a form with a limited life-span -- and its death must be caused by oxidisation -- then we have the ultimate weapon.”
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