oxidizers

oxidizers
oxidizer (Amer.) 'ox·i·diz·er || 'ɑsɪdaɪzə /'ɒk- n. oxidant, oxidizing agent, agent or substance causing oxidization, substance that oxidizes another substance (also oxidiser)

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