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benzoyl peroxide

[′ben·zə·wəl pə′räk‚sīd]
(organic chemistry)
(C6H5CO)2O2 A white, crystalline solid; melting point 103-105°C; explodes when heated above 105°C; slightly soluble in water, soluble in organic solvents; used as a bleaching and drying agent and a polymerization catalyst.
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Basiron said the palm oil is the most popular cooking oil in the world, even more commonly used than soybean oil.
In a fast-paced modern life, very few people think to be honest at any cost, here our sister Basiron Abdul Gani has been honoured for her honesty regardless of her poor living situations, to the extent that she didn't even open the bag, which included precious jewels and money estimated at around Dh20,000," Ahmad added.
The owner came back frantically after a thorough search in all places in the park where she found Basiron waiting for her, holding her bag," the municipality said.
Yousuf Basiron said that Malaysian Palm Oil Industry which was the oldest and most consistent source of supply of Palm Oil to Pakistan meeting about 66% of its oil requirement was happy to come forward to help the flood affectees in Pakistan.
According to Yusof Basiron, chief executive of the Malaysian Palm Oil Council, Malaysia has ample permanent forest reserve for biodiversity and conservation purposes.