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peracid

 [per-as´id]
an acid containing more than the usual quantity of oxygen.

per·ac·id

(per'as'id),
An acid containing a peroxide group (-O-OH); for example, peracetic acid.
Synonym(s): peroxy acid

peracid

/per·ac·id/ (per-as´id) an acid containing more than the usual quantity of oxygen.

per·ac·id

(per-as'id)
An acid containing a peroxide group (-O-OH); e.g., peracetic acid.

peracid

an acid containing more than the usual quantity of oxygen.
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