پروکسید = Peroxide 

پروکسید = Peroxide

نویسنده:

ehsan hosnani
گردآوری، ترجمه و نگارش: احسان حُسنانی




چکیده: معادل انگلیسی کلمه یا واژه پروکسید، Peroxide می باشد.

پروکسید چیست؟


پروکسید = Peroxide
Peroxide = پروکسید

Bleach Activator: Bleach activator is generally hydrogen peroxide and it's needed to open the hair cuticle to allow the bleaching agent inside the hair shaft. It also chemically reacts with the bleach to de-colorize pigments. The higher the volume of peroxide (activator) used, the faster and lighter the hair becomes- but the more damaged it can get too. (thehairstyler.com)
Demi-Permanent Color: A demi-permanent is a wash-out color that lasts around 20-25 shampoos. Demi-permanents do have low levels of hydrogen peroxide in them to open the cuticle and allow the color inside the hair shaft. This type of color is great for going darker, brighter, adding shine and for hiding and blending small amounts of grey. However, although demi-permanents will not lighten hair like permanent color, caution should taken because with prolonged use color build up in the hair results in the color not washing away, making it permanent in nature and leading to regrowth problems. (thehairstyler.com)
Permanent Hair Color: A permanent hair color employs chemicals to artificially change, delete, or counteract the natural pigment in the cortex layer of the hair shaft. This is done when dyes and bleaches are "turned on" by mixing them with an activator (generally peroxide) and sometimes heat, to open the cuticle and then allow the chemical changes to take place. The results are permanent changes that do not revert back to the original, however the roots of the hair grow back unchanged (regrowth). (thehairstyler.com)
Peroxide: Peroxide is otherwise known as hydrogen peroxide and is used in many ways in everyday life as a bleaching agent, disinfectant, oxidizer and antiseptic, but it's extensively used in hair color services as a developer or activator. Its primary role is to open the cuticle layer and allow tints or bleach into the cortex so they can then deposit or remove color by breaking disulfide bonds within the hair, releasing sulfur (hence the smell). When peroxide is mixed with hair bleach, the peroxide continues to de-colorize color pigments; but when mixed with tints, its role is to bond the new color molecule inside the hair. (thehairstyler.com)
Tints: Tinting is the process of mixing artificial color with a developer and applying it to the hair, causing permanent color change. The tint itself is made up of color molecules that go into the cortex and, with a little help from the peroxide activator, redeposits color after de-colorization has occurred. Tinting is a permanent process that requires careful thought and planning from a qualified colorist that understands the boundaries of what is achievable and best for your hair. (thehairstyler.com)
hydrogen peroxide = آب اکسیژنه

Bleach Activator: Bleach activator is generally hydrogen peroxide and it's needed to open the hair cuticle to allow the bleaching agent inside the hair shaft. It also chemically reacts with the bleach to de-colorize pigments. The higher the volume of peroxide (activator) used, the faster and lighter the hair becomes- but the more damaged it can get too. (thehairstyler.com)
Demi-Permanent Color: A demi-permanent is a wash-out color that lasts around 20-25 shampoos. Demi-permanents do have low levels of hydrogen peroxide in them to open the cuticle and allow the color inside the hair shaft. This type of color is great for going darker, brighter, adding shine and for hiding and blending small amounts of grey. However, although demi-permanents will not lighten hair like permanent color, caution should taken because with prolonged use color build up in the hair results in the color not washing away, making it permanent in nature and leading to regrowth problems. (thehairstyler.com)
Peroxide: Peroxide is otherwise known as hydrogen peroxide and is used in many ways in everyday life as a bleaching agent, disinfectant, oxidizer and antiseptic, but it's extensively used in hair color services as a developer or activator. Its primary role is to open the cuticle layer and allow tints or bleach into the cortex so they can then deposit or remove color by breaking disulfide bonds within the hair, releasing sulfur (hence the smell). When peroxide is mixed with hair bleach, the peroxide continues to de-colorize color pigments; but when mixed with tints, its role is to bond the new color molecule inside the hair. (thehairstyler.com)
hydrogene peroxide = پراکسید هیدروژن، اکسیژن پروکساید

SOD, superoxide dismutase = سوپراکساید دیسموتاز

reactive oxygen species, ROS, chemically reactive chemical species containing oxygen. Examples include peroxides, superoxide, hydroxyl radical, and singlet oxygen. = گونه های فعال اکسیژن به اختصار ROS مواد شیمیایی فعال که حاوی اکسیژن می باشند. مثل پروکسیدها، سوپراکسیدها، رادیکال هیدروکسیل و اکسیژن منفرد


تلفظ hydrogen peroxide ↓


تلفظ hydrogen peroxide2 ↓


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بیوتکنولوژی چیست؟

بیوتکنولوژی قادر است زندگی ما را بهتر نموده و زمین را به مکان بهتری برای زندگی ما تبدیل نماید.
 اثرپلی ساکاریدها در زدایش فلزات سنگین فلزات سنگین به فلزاتی مثل کادمیم، سرب، آرسنیک و جیوه گفته می شود که دانسیته نسبتاً بالایی دارند. این فلزات غالباً در غلظتهای بالا سمی و کشنده هستند. فلزات سنگین از طریق غذا، آب آشامیدنی و هوا ممکن است وارد بدن انسان شوند. در اثر افزایش آلودگی های محیطی فلزات سنگین بیشتری در درون بدن انباشته می شود. . اثرپلی ساکاریدها در ممانعت از پروکسی شدن لیپیدها پرتوهای فرابنفش موجب تشکیل گونه های فعال اکسیژن در پوست می گردد که هیدروژن پروکسید یکی از آنها است. پروکسیدها موجب تخریب لیپید، پروتئین و DNA در پوست می شوند. پروکسی شدن لیپیدهای غشاء پوست باعث تغییر سیالیت و قدرت مخابره ای آنها و نتیجتاً تغییرات التهابی ، پیری زودرس پوست و رشد نامتقارن سلولها می گردد.
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واژه «پروکسید» در منابع و ترجمه های احسان حسنانی


Bleach Activator: Bleach activator is generally hydrogen peroxide and it's needed to open the hair cuticle to allow the bleaching agent inside the hair shaft. It also chemically reacts with the bleach to de-colorize pigments. The higher the volume of peroxide (activator) used, the faster and lighter the hair becomes- but the more damaged it can get too. (thehairstyler.com)
Demi-Permanent Color: A demi-permanent is a wash-out color that lasts around 20-25 shampoos. Demi-permanents do have low levels of hydrogen peroxide in them to open the cuticle and allow the color inside the hair shaft. This type of color is great for going darker, brighter, adding shine and for hiding and blending small amounts of grey. However, although demi-permanents will not lighten hair like permanent color, caution should taken because with prolonged use color build up in the hair results in the color not washing away, making it permanent in nature and leading to regrowth problems. (thehairstyler.com)
Permanent Hair Color: A permanent hair color employs chemicals to artificially change, delete, or counteract the natural pigment in the cortex layer of the hair shaft. This is done when dyes and bleaches are "turned on" by mixing them with an activator (generally peroxide) and sometimes heat, to open the cuticle and then allow the chemical changes to take place. The results are permanent changes that do not revert back to the original, however the roots of the hair grow back unchanged (regrowth). (thehairstyler.com)
Peroxide: Peroxide is otherwise known as hydrogen peroxide and is used in many ways in everyday life as a bleaching agent, disinfectant, oxidizer and antiseptic, but it's extensively used in hair color services as a developer or activator. Its primary role is to open the cuticle layer and allow tints or bleach into the cortex so they can then deposit or remove color by breaking disulfide bonds within the hair, releasing sulfur (hence the smell). When peroxide is mixed with hair bleach, the peroxide continues to de-colorize color pigments; but when mixed with tints, its role is to bond the new color molecule inside the hair. (thehairstyler.com)
Tints: Tinting is the process of mixing artificial color with a developer and applying it to the hair, causing permanent color change. The tint itself is made up of color molecules that go into the cortex and, with a little help from the peroxide activator, redeposits color after de-colorization has occurred. Tinting is a permanent process that requires careful thought and planning from a qualified colorist that understands the boundaries of what is achievable and best for your hair. (thehairstyler.com)
 


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