As late as 1910 the rle of manganese in the functioning of the oxidising enzymes was again insisted on.
The bleaching power of light depends on its actinic or chemical rays, which, like chlorine, appear to act as an oxidising agent.
Its oxidising property affords a ready means for its detection, even when the sense of smell completely fails.
Under the influence of oxidising agents, the product of fermentation undergoes a remarkable metamorphosis.
The enamel is easily reduced, and must be heated in the oxidising flame.
From thermochemical considerations hypochlorous acid and chlorine water should be about equally active as oxidising agents.
The oxidising point of a pointed flame may be used for both kinds of glass.
Isatine, ī′sa-tin, n. a substance capable of being crystallised, obtained by oxidising indigo.
Linseed oil is also used in admixture with cod oil, its oxidising properties hastening the process of drying.
Cobalt gives an intense blue colour to a bead of borax in the oxidising flame.
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.