per·ox·ide /pəˈrɑkˌsaɪd/ 名詞
Per·ox·ide n. Chem. An oxide containing more oxygen than some other oxide of the same element. Formerly peroxides were regarded as the highest oxides. Cf. Per-, 2.
n 1: a viscous liquid with strong oxidizing properties; a
powerful bleaching agent; also used as a disinfectant
and (in strong concentrations) as an oxidant in rocket
fuels [syn: hydrogen peroxide]
2: an inorganic compound containing the divalent ion -O-O-
v : bleach with peroxide; "She must peroxide her hair-it looks