Definition of Oxidic
1. oxide [adj] - See also: oxide
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Literary usage of Oxidic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Nature of Ore Deposits by Richard Beck (1905)
"SUMMARY. ^ ' y The Different Classes of Mineral Veins and Their Varieties. A. VEINS CONSISTING MAINLY OF oxidic ORES. I. Veins of Iron and Manganese Ores. ..."
2. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1915)
"This at once disposes of the view that the mutarotation depends on the sequence 7-oxidic form (a) >• aldehydic form >• 7-oxidic form (a + (3). ..."
3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1908)
"With one doubtful exception, all the derivatives studied indicate that the alkylated sugar reacts invariably in the 7-oxidic form, but this characteristic ..."
4. Contributions to Geology and Plant Physiology by Johns Hopkins University (1917)
"The group was subdivided by Vogt into three divisions according as the metal occurs in the native, oxidic or sulphidic form. Segregations of native metals ..."
5. The Simple Carbohydrates and the Glucosides by Edward Frankland Armstrong (1912)
"The presence of the etheric groups in the alkylated sugar apparently increases the basicity of the y-oxidic oxygen atom, and so makes the identification of ..."