iodozone etymology

English word iodozone comes from English iodine, English ozone

Detailed word origin of iodozone

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
iodine English (eng) (countable, uncountable, obsolete) An iodide.. A chemical element (symbol: I) with an atomic number of 53; one of the halogens.. An antiseptic incorporating the element. (transitive) to treat with iodine.
ozone English (eng) (from an erroneous former belief that seaweed contains and releases ozone) Fresh air, especially that breathed at the seaside and smelling of seaweed.. (inorganic chemistry) An allotrope of oxygen (symbol O3) having three atoms in the molecule instead of the usual two; it is a blue gas, generated from oxygen by electrical discharge. (transitive) To treat with ozone.
iodozone English (eng) An iodine and ozone compound, historically used as an antiseptic.

Words with the same origin as iodozone

Descendants of iodine
caesium iodide curium iodide diiodide hydrogen iodide iodhydrin iodian iodide iodiferous iodinase iodinate iodiodide iodyrite iron iodide kalium iodide lithium iodide potassium iodide scandium iodide triiodide
Descendants of ozone
Ozona ozonate ozonation ozonic ozoniferous ozonification ozonise ozonize ozonolysis ozonous