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  • adjective organic chemistry Having three or more hydroxy functional groups.

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Examples

  • The Nature Nanotechnology paper says the researchers tested the technique in three possible applications. cancer cells in a laboratory with a variety of functionalized fullerenes known to be biologically safe called polyhydroxy fullerenes.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • In the first, they infused cancer cells in a laboratory with a variety of functionalized fullerenes known to be biologically safe called polyhydroxy fullerenes.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • In the first, they infused cancer cells in a laboratory with a variety of functionalized fullerenes known to be biologically safe called polyhydroxy fullerenes.

    D Mag - News

  • It also contains polyhydroxy acid, which exfoliates the skin and has a brightening effect.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • It also contains polyhydroxy acid, which exfoliates the skin and has a brightening effect.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • It also contains polyhydroxy acid, which exfoliates the skin and has a brightening effect.

    Simple Skin Beauty

  • The Skin Healthy Home Resurfacing Peel Kit is part of the advanced and patented Exuviance by NeoStrata line of products, introduced in 1996 in order to allow all people access to the full-strength benefits of alpha and polyhydroxy acids.www. neostrata.com

    Turn Back the Clock: Our Picks For the Top Anti-Aging Products of 2006

  • The polyhydroxy alcohols are the most common antifreeze solutes.

    Archive 2004-09-01

  • Inside the ingredients: polyhydroxy acid brands to watch Eco-friendly cosmetics High tech ingredients are playing starring roles in cosmetics and skin care

    WN.com - Business News

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