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Correct spelling for ANTIOXDANTS
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Possible correct spellings for antioxdants
As part of their adaptation from marine life, terrestrial plants began producing non-marine antioxidants such as ascorbic acid (vitamin c), polyphenols and tocopherols.
Chromium(vi) compounds are powerful oxidants at low or neutral ph.
The term "antioxidant" is mostly used for two entirely different groups of substances: industrial chemicals that are added to products to prevent oxidation, and naturally occurring compounds that are present in foods and tissue.
"you see i am telling you all this, just as if you did not know miss anna's antecedents even better than myself, but possibly you do not know that, having arrived at a suitable age, she is this summer to be introduced into society at saratoga, while i am expected to fall in love with her at once and make her mrs. hastings before another winter.
He told me at great length the various incidents in his life for the seventeen years in which we had not seen one another.
It seems to be a chapter of accidents.
The power of the state was invoked and punishment administered to the drunkards, while the manufacture and sale of intoxicants were restricted and sometimes prohibited.