oxidize

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To combine with oxygen or otherwise make an oxide
To coat something with an oxide
To increase the valence (or the positive charge) of an element by removing electrons
To become oxidized
To remove hydrogen from (anything), as by the action of oxygen; as, to oxidize alcohol so as to form aldehyde
to cover with a coating of oxide by chemical reaction, used on metals to produce different finishes (see patina)
To combine with oxygen, to dehydrogenate especially by the action of oxygen, to change (a compound) by increasing the proportion of the electronegative part or change (an element or ion) from a lower to a higher positive valence, remove one or more electrons from (an atom, ion, or molecule)
to combine with oxygen
To combine with oxygen or with more oxygen; to add oxygen to; as, to oxidize nitrous acid so as to form nitric acid
To degrade a compound through exposure to air (causes electron loss)
enter into a combination with oxygen or become converted into an oxide; "This metal oxidizes easily"
oxi·dize oxidizes oxidizing oxidized in BRIT, also use oxidise When a substance is oxidized or when it oxidizes, it changes chemically because of the effect of oxygen on it. Aluminium is rapidly oxidized in air The original white lead pigments have oxidized and turned black. to combine with oxygen, or make something combine with oxygen, especially in a way that causes rust oxidization
add oxygen to or combine with oxygen
To unite with oxygen
a sanitizer that destroys contaminants that cause chloramines Also called super chlorination or shock treatment
{f} add oxygen to, unite with oxygen (e.g. burn); be united with oxygen; rust, corrode (also oxidise)
To chemically transform a substance by combining it with oxygen
To combine with oxygen, or subject to the action of oxygen, or of an oxidizing agent
To subject to the action of oxygen or of an oxidizing agent, so as to bring to a higher grade, as an -ous compound to an -ic compound; as, to oxidize mercurous chloride to mercuric chloride
[v] To convert an element to its oxide by combining it with oxygen For example, one of the naturally occurring oxides of iron (Fe) is ferric oxide (Fe2 O3), also called rust or hematite
oxidised
Simple past tense and past participle of oxidise
oxidised
Alternative spelling of oxidized
oxidising
Alternative spelling of oxidizing
oxidising
Present participle of oxidise
oxidize.
maderize
oxidized
Simple past tense and past participle of oxidize
oxidizer
An oxidizing agent, especially one used to oxidize the fuel of a rocket or a fuel cell
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Present participle of oxidize
Oxidizable
oxygenizable
To oxidize
oxidate
To oxidize
oxygenize
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alternative spelling of oxidize
oxidise
enter into a combination with oxygen or become converted into an oxide; "This metal oxidizes easily"
oxidise
enter into a combination with oxygen or become converted into an oxide; "This metal oxidizes easily
oxidise
{f} add oxygen to, unite with oxygen (e.g. burn); be united with oxygen; rust, corrode (also oxidize)
oxidise
add oxygen to or combine with oxygen
oxidised
combined with or having undergone a chemical reaction with oxygen; "the oxidized form of iodine"
oxidised
{s} united with oxygen; be united with oxygen; having gone through a chemical reaction with oxygen (also oxidised)
oxidizable
Capable of being oxidized
oxidizable
capable of undergoing a chemical reaction with oxygen
oxidizable
{s} able to oxidize, containing oxygen (also oxidisable)
oxidization
the process of oxidizing; the addition of oxygen to a compound with a loss of electrons; always occurs accompanied by reduction
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oxidation
oxidization
{i} oxidizing, process of being united with oxygen; being oxidized (also oxidisation)
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Concerns a wine who's taste reminds us of Madeira ; the wine, in this case, is oxidized and has a dark amber colour for white wines
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Flat, stale or sherrylike aroma and flavor; spoiled as the result of overexposure to air
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A wine that has been overexposed to air This is usually a flaw except in sherries and Madeira wine
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A chemical process that produces a decorative film on a metal surface
oxidized
{s} united with oxygen; be united with oxygen; having gone through a chemical reaction with oxygen (also oxidised)
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A flavor imparted to beer after lengthy storage in packages, induced partly at least by the oxygen in the beer and in the headspace [of the package], detectable by odor as often as by taste, known to be caused by aldehydes formed from normal components of beer
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Oxidation ruins wine As soon as a wine is exposed to the air, oxidation begins Even wine that has not been opened can suffer from oxidation, because of faulty corks As the wine becomes oxidized it takes on a stale, Sherry-like smell
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combined with or having undergone a chemical reaction with oxygen; "the oxidized form of iodine
oxidized
Describes wine that has been exposed too long to air and taken on a brownish color, losing its freshness and perhaps beginning to smell and taste like Sherry
oxidized
Describes wine that has been exposed too long to air and has taken on a brownish color, losing freshness, and can develop a taste of old apples, old Madeira, or worse
oxidized
Describes wine that has been exposed a long time to oxygen and taken on a brownish color This can result in a loss of freshness but older wines have a little bit of this and it is usually a positive thing if not overdone
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A chemical reaction wherein a chemical compound, is changed by increasing the electronegative charge of the compound either by adding oxygen or by using oxygen to take hydrogen atoms away from the compound
oxidized
That has reacted with oxygen, or been modified by oxidation
oxidized
combined with or having undergone a chemical reaction with oxygen; "the oxidized form of iodine"
oxidized
Wine changed by contact with air, usually producing undesirable characteristics like browning
oxidized
Wine changed by contact with air, usually producing undesirable browning and sherry-like flavors Over-aged
oxidized
past of oxidize
oxidized
Describes wine that has been exposed too long to air and taken on a brownish colour, losing its freshness and perhaps beginning to smell and taste like Sherry or old apples Oxidized wines are also called maderized or sherrified
oxidizer
Is a substance that gives up oxygen easily to stimulate combustion of organic material
oxidizer
A substance such as chlorate, permanganate, inorganic peroxide, nitro carbo nitrate, or a nitrate, that yields oxygen readily to stimulate the combustion of organic matter
oxidizer
A chemical containing oxygen compounds that permits rocket fuel to burn both in the atmosphere and in the vacuum of space
oxidizer
a chemical other than a blasting agent or explosive as defined in 1910 109(a), that initiates or promotes combustion in other materials, thereby causing fire either of itself or through the release of oxygen or other gases
oxidizer
one used to support the combustion of a rocket propellant
oxidizer
A chemical that initiates or promotes combustion in other materials by releasing oxygen, causing a fire
oxidizer
A non-chlorine shocking compound that removes or destroys built-up contaminants and chloramines in pool water without raising chlorine levels as required when "superchlorinating "
oxidizer
a chemical that initiates or promotes combustion in other materials, thereby causing fire either of itself or through the release of gases
oxidizer
Non-chlorine shock chemical that destroys organic wastes without raising chlorine levels
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are strong oxidizers
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a substance that oxidizes another substance
oxidizer
Substance that yields oxygen readily to stimulate the combustion of organic matter
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A chemical other than a blasting agent or explosive that initiates or promotes combustion by spontaneously evolving oxygen either at room temperature or under slight heating These chemicals can react with organic material or intensify fires
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{i} oxidant, oxidizing agent, agent or substance causing oxidization, substance that oxidizes another substance (also oxidiser)
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An agent employed in oxidation, or which facilitates or brings about combination with oxygen; as, nitric acid, chlorine, bromine, etc
oxidizer
A chemical other than a blasting agent or explosive that initiates or promotes combustion in other materials, thereby causing fire either of itself or through the release of oxygen or other gases
oxidizer
A non-chlorine shocking compound that removes or destroys built-up contaminants and chlor- amines in pool water without raining chlorine levels as required when "superchlorinating "
oxidizer
a substance that supplies oxygen to support combustion of normally non-flammable material
oxidizer
chemical which burns up organic matter See above
oxidizer
A chemical other than a blasting agent or explosive that initiates or promotes combustion in other materials, causing fire either by itself or through the release of oxygen or other gases
oxidizer
any material that will gain electrons during a chemical reaction   Because of this behavior, oxidizers will support combustion
oxidizer
A chemical which supplies its own oxygen and which helps other combustible material bum more readily
oxidizer
is a substance such as chlorate, permanganate, inorganic peroxide, notro carbo nitrate, or a nitrate, that yields oxygen readily to stimulate the combustion of organic matter
oxidizing
method used to accentuate the beauty of ornamentation by applying oxide which darkens the metal Eventually, a natural oxidation will form on all silver as oxygen in the air reacts to metal
oxidizing
Method of accentuating and enhancing the beauty of ornament by the application of an oxide which darkens the metal wherever applied Some methods of cleaning silver will remove this oxide
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phenomenon of adulteration of the taste and colour of the wine due to oxygen
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Combining chemically with oxygen
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Adding an oxidizing compound (like PristinePower) to the water to chemically break up contaminants like organic matter, metal ions, or dirt Regular oxidizing is mandatory to prevent cloudy water Also called Shocking
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An atmosphere that is rich in oxygen and contains very little uncombusted gas Oxidizing atmospheres ten to affect colored glass that contains metallic oxides in a different manner than reducing atmospheres
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Darkening the surface of metal by chemical or heat application
oxidizing
method used to accentuate the beauty of ornamentation by applying an oxide which darkens the metal Eventually, a natural oxidation forms on all silver as oxygen reacts to metal
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