perborate

Related to perborate: Sodium perborate monohydrate

per·bo·rate

 (pər-bôr′āt′)
n.
The univalent borate group, BO3, formed from a borate and hydrogen peroxide, or a salt containing this group.
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perborate

(pəˈbɔːreɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of certain salts derived, or apparently derived, from perboric acid. Perborates are used as bleaches in washing powders. See sodium perborate
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per•bo•rate

(pərˈbɔr eɪt, -ˈboʊr-)

n.
a salt of perboric acid, as sodium perborate, NaBO3∙4H2O, used for disinfecting.
[1880–85]
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perborate

[pəˈbɔːreɪt] Nperborato m
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perborate

[pəˈbɔːreɪt] nperborato
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In addition, soil-friendly attributes of sodium percarbonate as compared to borax-inclosing sodium perborate, has worked positively to support its sales in the recent past and is expected to continue.
The name refers to original ingredients sodium perborate and sodium silicate.
(29) The reference was made in an action for damages brought by the claimant against a number of defendants whom the Commission had found to have engaged in a cartel concerning hydrogen peroxide and perborate. (30)
Different bleaching agents were used such as sodium perborate, hydrogen peroxide and carbamide peroxide with various concentrations.
Tincal is used in borax pentahydrate, decahydrate, and sodium perborate production [9, 10].
stearothermophilus was stable towards a variety of surfactants (i.e., Tween-20, Tween-80, Triton-X100, and SDS), anionic detergent (i.e., sodium cholate, sodium taurocholate), and oxidizing agents (i.e., [H.sub.2][O.sub.2], sodium perborate, and sodium hypochlorite) in which more than 82% of its relative activity was retained [26].
Sodium perborate is usually applied for internal bleaching of root canal treated teeth, it was also experienced and noticed that internal bleaching affect the surrounding composite restoration.
To remove the discoloration from the nails, the tips of the fingers may be dipped in sodium perborate powder worked under the nails.
(2) Fitty dent tabs (Group Pharmaceuticals Ltd.)--Sodium perborate monohydrate (480 mg)
The first description of the intracoronal bleaching technique using a mixture of sodium perborate (SP) and distilled water (DW) was in a congress report by Marsh and published by Salvas [3].
Bleaching was performed with an intracanal paste of sodium perborate mixed with distilled water (Whiteness Perborato; FGM, Joinville, SC, Brazil), which was replaced every 5 days [13].