oxidiser


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Noun1.oxidiser - a substance that oxidizes another substanceoxidiser - a substance that oxidizes another substance
chemical agent - an agent that produces chemical reactions
hydrogen peroxide, peroxide - a viscous liquid with strong oxidizing properties; a powerful bleaching agent; also used (in aqueous solutions) as a mild disinfectant and (in strong concentrations) as an oxidant in rocket fuels
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TSC residents use 'Aqueous Ozone' - a sustainable natural oxidiser that is up to 50 times more effective than common household bleach and leaves no harmful residue or vapour.
The Sustainable City (TSC) has introduced 'Aqueous Ozone' - a sustainable natural oxidiser that is up to 50 times more effective than common household bleach, the authority has said in a press statement.
The Sustainable City (TSC) in Dubai, UAE has become the world's first development to introduce 'Aqueous Ozone' - a sustainable natural oxidiser that is up to 50 times more effective than common household bleach.
Expression of interest for Provision of Oxidiser Container,
It is also the first coatings production unit in Kuwait to include a regenerative thermal oxidiser unit, which removes volatile organic compounds during production to prevent atmospheric pollution.
Powered by a Eurojet EJ200 engine, a cluster of Nammo hybrid rockets and a Jaguar V8 motor to pump oxidiser to the rocket, the body, chassis and control systems of Bloodhound - the 1,000mph supersonic "car" designed to break the world land-speed record - relies on a range of advanced design and manufacturing techniques, which have been coordinated by The Advanced Structural Testing Centre (ASTC) in Sheffield.
The solid fuel reacts with the liquid oxidiser when injected into it.
The purpose of the Indian Space Research Organisation\'s (ISRO) experimental mission is the realisation of an Air-Breathing Propulsion System that utilises hydrogen fuel and oxygen from the atmosphere as an oxidiser.
Scramjet Engine- Unlike conventional launchers which carry liquid oxygen or an oxidiser to fire the engine, a scramjet engine inhales air from the atmosphere and uses its oxygen to burn the fuel.
Carbon fibre panels had been partially removed on one side, in order to show the technology inside the car, including the Rolls-Royce EJ200 jet engine and supercharged Jaguar V8 engine used to pump oxidiser into the Nammo rocket.
It will use the oxygen already present in the atmosphere instead of having to carry an on-board oxidiser, such as liquid oxygen.