We also found small shapeless pieces of oxidised metal, brass or copper.
The oxidised balsam is then washed, first with warm then with cold water, till the washings cease to have an acid reaction.
The solution takes place more rapidly if the cellulose has been previously oxidised.
If oxidised by means of chromic acid it yields benzoic acid.
The printed goods are oxidised, then passed through warm or faintly alkaline water, whereby the blue colour is developed.
During the period of turning the machine a certain amount of combustible substance was oxidised or burnt in the muscles of my arm.
Even lead can thus be oxidised, but requires more care as it melts nearly as readily as antimony and is much less volatile.
Steam heat had been put in, but the vast hall was chilly except close to the long ranks of oxidised pipes lining the walls.
Briefly, they are these: So much food, oxidised or burned outside the body, can be shown to yield so much heat and energy.
Copper, which is near lead in the facility with which it is oxidised, will serve for the purpose of a detailed example.
oxidize ox·i·dize (ŏk'sĭ-dīz')
v. ox·i·dized, ox·i·diz·ing, ox·i·diz·es
To combine with oxygen; change into an oxide.
To increase the positive charge or valence of an element by removing electrons.