- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of oxidise.
“The metal oxidises in air and must be protected at elevated temperatures.”
“As kangaroo oxidises quite quickly it's important to mince the meat yourself just before you are ready to cook it - make sure the other filling ingredients are prepared first.”
“The answer may be some other kind of dough improver: not ascorbic acid (which is an anti-oxidant) but something that actually oxidises as the dough proves.”
“DO this after the fermentation is done, as leaving bottle-gourd in air oxidises it and makes it turn brown.”
“This high temperature oxidises unburned hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide in the gas.”
“The botulinus toxin oxidises after twelve hours exposure to the atmosphere and becomes harmless.”
“Potassium permanganate, chromic or nitric acid oxidises it to nicotinic acid,”
“It is advisable to expose ebonite to the light as little as possible, especially if the surface is unpolished, for under the combined action of light and air the sulphur at the surface of the ebonite rapidly oxidises, and the ebonite becomes covered with a thin but highly conducting layer of sulphurous or sulphuric acid or their compounds.”
“A copper deposit oxidises very easily when exposed to the air.”
“It is always well when coating copper plates with silver or zinc by means of mercury to let them stand dry for a day or two before using, as the mercury oxidises and the coating metal more closely adheres.”
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