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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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Recalling that Turkey is not self-sufficient in oil production, Basiron said as MPOC promotes and makes the public aware of palm oil, it will attract customers in Turkey.
However, despite the tough life that she leads, Basiron set an example for others by safeguarding the bag until she could return it to its rightful owner.
"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.
According to Yusof Basiron, chief executive of the Malaysian Palm Oil Council, Malaysia has ample permanent forest reserve for biodiversity and conservation purposes.
(Eds Y Basiron, J Sukaimi, KC Chang, SC Cheah, IE Henson, N Kamaruddin, K Paranjothy, N Rajanaidu, THT Dolmat, A Darus) pp.
So what is the issue?" MPOC chief executive officer Yusof Basiron said.
Stevenson, Spanish cathedral music in the Golden Age (Berkeley, 1961), pp.137-76 and the study of Basiron's early education in P.
On the other hand, it seems astonishing that he kept pace with them all, only to end up competing successfully with Basiron, Lannoy and others, and to be greeted by all of these in Cretin's underworld.