oxycellulose


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ox·y·cel·lu·lose

(ok'sē-sel'yū-lōs),
Cellulose that has been oxidized by NO2 or other oxidizing agents to the point at which all or most glucose residues have been converted to glucuronic acid residues; used as an adsorbent in chromatography or other adsorption processes.
See also: oxidized cellulose.

oxycellulose

[ok′sēsel′yəlōs]
1 cellulose that has been oxidized so that all or most of the glucose residues have been converted to glucuronic acid residues for use as an absorbent in chromatography.
2 cellulose that has been partially oxidized for use as a local hemostatic.

oxycellulose

(ŏks″ē-sĕl′lū-lōs)
Cellulose that has undergone oxidation.