HYDROGEN DIOXIDE; HYDROGEN PEROXIDE (H2O2) ; HYDROGEN PEROXIDE; HYDROGEN PEROXIDE; ALBONE; ALBONE 35; ALBONE 35CG; ALBONE 50; ALBONE 50CG; ALBONE 70; ALBONE 70CG; DIHYDROGEN DIOXIDE
Il perossido di idrogeno è usato come agente antimicrobico e biocida.
Agente antibiotico; Biocida cosmetica; Agente di cura orale; Droga orale; agente ossidante; ossidante
utilizzato in troppo alta concentrazione può causare irritazione della pelle.
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