Definition of Fluorin

1. fluorine [n -S] - See also: fluorine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluorin

fluorided
fluorides
fluoridisation
fluoridise
fluoridization
fluoridize
fluoridone
fluoridosis
fluorids
fluorimaging
fluorimeter
fluorimeters
fluorimetric
fluorimetries
fluorimetry
fluorin (current term)
fluorinate
fluorinated
fluorinated hydrocarbon
fluorinates
fluorinating
fluorination
fluorinations
fluorine
fluorine-18
fluorine-19
fluorine absorption dating
fluorine compounds
fluorine dating
fluorine method

Literary usage of Fluorin

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1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"Further researches on these fluorin salts have been carried out by Weinland and Alfa ... In all of these the fluorin does not directly replace the oxygen, ..."

2. A Text-book of Medical Chemistry and Toxicology by James William Holland (1917)
"In nature fluorin exists in large quantities as fluorspar, calcium fluorid, CaF2, ... Like the other halogens, fluorin is not found free in nature, ..."

3. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by J[ohn] I[redelle] D[illard] Hinds (1902)
"fluorin, chlorin, bromin, and iodin constitute a group of closely allied elements ... fluorin and chlorin are gases, bromin is a liquid, and iodin a solid. ..."

4. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by John Iredelle Dillard Hinds (1908)
"fluorin, chlorin, bromin, and iodin constitute a group of closely allied elements ... fluorin and chlorin are gases, bromin is a liquid, and iodin a solid. ..."

5. The Medical student's manual of chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1906)
"fluorin forms no oxygen compound, and of the other three the order of ... fluorin has been isolated by the electrolysis of pure, dry HF at— 23° (—9.4° F.). ..."

6. Chemistry: An Elementary Text-book by William Conger Morgan, James Alexander Lyman (1911)
"Bromin most closely resembles chlorin and will be considered first; after this, iodin, and finally fluorin, for the last differs more from the others than ..."

7. Laboratory Manual of Elementary Chemistry by Jabez Montgomery, Roy Burnett Smith (1904)
"fluorin is least like a metal, ie, is most non-metallic, while iodin has a few ... fluorin. Symbol F. Atomic weight, 18.9. Discovered in 1886 by a French ..."

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