from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The divalent O2 group, or a compound containing this group, such as sodium peroxide, Na2O2, used as an oxidizing agent or bleach.
- noun Hydrogen peroxide.
- transitive verb To treat with peroxide.
- transitive verb To bleach (hair) with hydrogen peroxide.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Chem.) An oxide containing more oxygen than some other oxide of the same element. Formerly peroxides were regarded as the highest oxides. Cf.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun chemistry a
divalent radicalor anioncontaining two oxygen atomslinked by a covalent bond; any substance containing this group which yields hydrogen peroxidewhen treated with an acid
hydrogen peroxide, especially an aqueous solution
- verb transitive to treat (something) with hydrogen peroxide, especially
hairin order to bleachit
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a viscous liquid with strong oxidizing properties; a powerful bleaching agent; also used (in aqueous solutions) as a mild disinfectant and (in strong concentrations) as an oxidant in rocket fuels
- verb bleach with peroxide
- noun an inorganic compound containing the divalent ion -O-O-
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To remove stains from crazing you will need to obtain peroxide from a beauty supply store, and cut it with water at 1 part water to 2 parts peroxide (note, these instructions are for peroxide – do not use bleach!
Now, hydrogen peroxide is VERY oxidative, so in addition to breaking the law, you are also driving a lot of oxidative reactions.
The fuel, hydrogen peroxide, is contained within a small cartridge.
From the Wikibooks page: "Storing acetone peroxide is not recommended, because it quickly sublimes."
These two things, the fact of being such a compound, and the fact of being a Kind, constitute the connotation of the name peroxide of iron.
Paula’s peroxide is now oozing through her veins and no one in her extra large entourage of hangers-on and losers can stop it.
Here's the one that caught on tape -- he's the one that was caught on tape buying huge amounts of peroxide, that's him actually buying the peroxide, which is used in an explosive.
That is him actually buying the peroxide, which is used in an explosive.
And it may only be mildly entertaining I trust your opinion in these matters completely but may I just say that the idea of peroxide vamps in leopard skin bikinis seems almost unbearably delightful.
And these individuals in Germany were handling hydrogen peroxide, which is very unstable, very, very difficult to manipulate.