Related to perborate: Sodium perborate monohydrate
The univalent borate group, BO3, formed from a borate and hydrogen peroxide, or a salt containing this group.
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(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-)
a salt of perboric acid, as sodium perborate, NaBO3∙4H2O, used for disinfecting.
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perborate[pəˈbɔːreɪt] N → perborato m
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perborate[pəˈbɔːreɪt] n → perborato
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