verb (used with or without object), per·ox·i·dat·ed, per·ox·i·dat·ing. Chemistry.
Origin of peroxidate
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This arises from the peroxidation of the iron, to whose protoxide they owe their tint.
Other glasses become purpled by exposure, owing to the peroxidation of the manganese.
a type of reaction in which oxygen atoms are formed leading to the production of peroxides. It is stimulated in the body by certain toxins and infections
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