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tri·ox·ide

(trī-oks'īd),
A molecule containing three atoms of oxygen.
Synonym(s): teroxide

tri·ox·ide

(trī-oks'īd)
A molecule containing three atoms of oxygen.
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As with antimony trioxide, halogens are usually required for the additive to function.
In many cases, it reportedly can replace antimony trioxide on an equal weight basis.