Definition of Trioxid
1. trioxide [n -S] - See also: trioxide
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Literary usage of Trioxid
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1. Elementary Chemistry by Charles Elijah Linebarger (1904)
"Phosphorus trioxid is formed by burning phosphorus in a limited supply of oxygen. ... Arsenious oxid or arsenic trioxid is obtained as a byproduct in the ..."
2. Elementary Chemistry by Charles Elijah Linebarger (1904)
"(a) Mix a pinch of arsenic trioxid with an equal bulk of powdered charcoal, ... (c) Boil a little of the trioxid with concentrated hydrochloric acid. ..."
3. The Medical Student's Manual of Chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1893)
"Sulfur trioxid—Sulfuric oxid or anhydrid—SO,—Molecular weight — 80—Sp. gr. 1.95. Preparation.—(1.) By union of SO, and O at 250°-300° 672° F.) or in ..."
4. A Laboratory Manual in Chemistry by William Conger Morgan, James Alexander Lyman (1912)
"... rich in oxygen which is liberated readily and oxidizes sulfurous acid. Complete the equation: H2SO3 EXP. 60. SULFUR trioxid, S03, AND SULFURIC ACID, ..."
5. Laboratory Manual of Elementary Chemistry by Jabez Montgomery, Roy Burnett Smith (1904)
"Thus we have P203 and P.,05, or arranged so as to show the valence ^ ^0 V The trioxid is somewhat difficult to make but the ..."