peroxy

per·ox·y

(pə-rŏk′sē)
adj.
Containing the bivalent group O2.
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There are a large number of chemicals which can be used as salon disinfectants, such as chlorine, iodine, peroxy acids, aldehydes, oxidizing agents, alcohols, phenols and acids.
The phenolic content of the ethanolic extract of endophytes, is indication of increased antioxidant activity, due to the interaction of phenolic compounds with free oxygen radicals like hydroxyl radical lipids, peroxy radical and superoxide anion radical.
NO contains unpaired electrons and is paramagnetic, and therefore reacts quickly to superoxide anions to form peroxy nitrate anions.
Most commonly involved free radicals are superoxide, hydroxyl, alkoxy, peroxy, and NO.
The main ones of these radicals are single oxygen, superoxide anion, hydroxy, peroxy and alkoxy radicals.
Antioxidant activity of flavonoids and reactivity with peroxy radical.
Prior to the systematic revision of n-butanol and n-pentanol kinetics, the thermodynamic properties of the fuels, fuel radicals (alkyl, peroxy, hydroperoxy alkyl etc.) and stable species (enols, ketohydroperoxides etc.) have been obtained based on the revised group contributions by Burke et al.
Isomerization of the allylic radicals gives conjugated diene intermediates that add oxygen to give peroxy radicals.
Pure Polyaniline salt, and protonation PANI by HCl were synthesized by electro-chemical oxidative polymerization of aniline with ammonium peroxy disulphate in acidic medium.
The first step of oxidation is the formation of alkyl macroradicals which react with the oxygen dissolved in the polymer, forming peroxy radicals.

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