magnesium peroxide


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mag·ne·si·um pe·rox·ide

an ingredient in dentrifices and in antiseptic dusting powder; decomposes in water to hydrogen peroxide.
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Magnesium peroxide had the lowest oil absorption value and consequently the highest CPVC (56 vol%), followed by zinc peroxide (53 vol%), calcium peroxide (45 vol%).
Results for zinc peroxide and magnesium peroxide based coatings have not been included because the measured hydrogen peroxide concentrations were too low for detection and did not deviate over time.
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