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hydroxy

(hī-drok'sē)
Pertaining to the hydroxyl (OH) moiety.
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The scleractinian coral genus Goniopara, which possesses a microstructure resembling that of cancellous bone, has been converted to hydroxy apatite [Coralline Hydroxy Apatite Goniopora (CHAG)], chiefly for use as an alternative to autogenous grafting in the management of residual subchondral osseous defects following elevation of depressed articular fragments of epiphyseal-metaphyseal long bone fractures.
BETA HYDROXY ACIDS: This is the same as Alpha Hydroxy but is less irritable to the skin.
Burlox BHT (butylated hydroxy toluene) primary antioxidant for use in rubber, polyolefins, PS, thermoplastics elastomers, and coatings.
Senior prosecutor Maeve Fox said in her opening statement that Luster, 38, who lives in the beachside community of Mussel Shoals, ``preys on young, vulnerable women'' by drugging them with gamma hydroxy butyrate, a drug also known as ``Liquid X.
Contains pore penetrating alpha and beta hydroxy acids to reduce the look of pores while removing oils and dirt so skin's softer and shine- free.
The companies overlap in many markets, but the EU executive had particular concerns about their hold on the three sectors: the production of persulfates, cationic reagents and hydroxy monomers.
Gamma hydroxy butyrate, originally developed as a surgical anesthetic and usually sold as a colorless and odorless liquid, provides users with a relaxed, uninhibited feeling.
The product, which is called AMG 2000, consists of a vegetable-base oil, an oil made up of hydroxy fatty acids and another consisting of vegetable or animal waxes.
Silica dust has highly polar hydroxy groups on its surface.
The third step in the pathway is a caste-specific oxidation of the major hydroxy acid.