sodium perborate


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sodium perborate

n.
A white odorless crystalline compound, NaBO2·H2O2·3H2O, used as a mild alkaline oxidizing agent in dentifrices, as a topical antiseptic and deodorant, and as an industrial reagent.

sodium perborate

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(Elements & Compounds) a white odourless crystalline compound used as an antiseptic and deodorant. Formula: NaBO3.4H2O
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Tenders are invited for Sodium Perborate In Powder Form -Adehyde Free For Quick Steilisation 810Gm Powder Form
To remove the discoloration from the nails, the tips of the fingers may be dipped in sodium perborate powder worked under the nails.
Oxidative preservatives, such as sodium perborate and stabilized oxychloro complex, have antibacterial action and minimal toxicity (KAUR et al.
EcoWaste Coalition has asked the Food and Drug Administration to direct manufacturers to voluntary recall hair dye products that contain the chemical sodium perborate, following a product alert issued in Europe.
Commonly used denture cleansers are Chlorhexidine, Sodium hypochlorite4, Sodium perborate, Cetylpyridinium chloride5, 5% and 10% white vinegar.
78% sodium perborate solutions of 1% sodium hypochlorite and 4% chlorhexidine gluconate solutions.
A tooth whitening paste imported from the Netherlands has been removed from the market as it contains Sodium Perborate, which meets EU criteria as toxic and can affect fertility and fetal development, the health services said.
The first boxes were filled by hand and the name came from two of the original ingredients in the product - sodium perborate and sodium silicate.
In addition to TRICLOSAN, AMPM NICOFRESH contains Sodium Perborate which helps remove smoke and tobacco tar.
Three tenders for the supply of (a) 42 tons jasmine flavor for the industrial detergents in powder form, (b) 150 tons sodium perborate, 55 tons anti foam and 40 tons non ionic materials for Cairo Factories.
1 A variety of bleaching agents were then used, such as chlorite, sodium hypochlorite, sodium perborate and hydrogen peroxide, alone or in combination, with or without heat activation.