oxidative water

oxidative water

Etymology: Gk, oxys, sharp, genein, to produce, L, ativus, related to
water produced by the oxidation of molecules of food substances, such as the conversion of glucose to water and carbon dioxide.
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The scientists round several effective compounds, including sodium hydroxide, Chlorofoam, trisodium phosphate, phosphoric acid, acidified chlorine, ozonated water, electrolyzed oxidative water, and cetylpyridinium chloride.