/ (pəˌrɒksɪˈdeɪʃən) /
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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Example sentences from the Web for peroxidation
Other glasses become purpled by exposure, owing to the peroxidation of the manganese.
This arises from the peroxidation of the iron, to whose protoxide they owe their tint.