Definition of Carbides

1. Noun. (plural of carbide) ¹



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Definition of Carbides

1. carbide [n] - See also: carbide

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbides

carbenicillin disodium
carbenium
carbenium ion
carbenium ions
carbeniums
carbenoid
carbenoids
carbenoxolone
carbenoxolone disodium
carbetapentane citrate
carbhemoglobin
carbide
carbide lamp
carbide planet
carbide planets
carbides (current term)
carbidopa
carbies
carbimazole
carbimide
carbinamine
carbinamines
carbine
carbineer
carbineers
carbines
carbinol
carbinolamine
carbinolamines
carbinols

Literary usage of Carbides

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1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1902)
"THE work now presented to the chemical world contain« the results of the author's researches on the carbides of hydrogen, and principally on their synthesis ..."

2. The Electric Furnace by Henri Moissan (1904)
"The direct preparation of crystalline carbides is not possible in our laboratory ... The carbides were, in reality, formally regarded as poorly defined ..."

3. Metallography by Samuel Leslie Hoyt (1921)
"carbides in Steel.—That carbon occurs in annealed steel as iron carbide was described by Abel in 1885. ' The formula Fe3C was ascribed to it as the simplest ..."

4. General Metallurgy by Heinrich Oscar Hofman (1913)
"Metallic ! carbides have been divided into two classes: i. ... To the former belong the alkali and alkali- ] earth carbides, also the carbides of AI, Ce, ..."

5. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1860)
"These aro essentially analytical ; the last furnishes the best process known for preparing the bromides of propylene and the analogous carbides. ..."

6. Electric Smelting and Refining: The Extraction and Treatment of Metals by by Wilhelm Borchers (1897)
"THE carbides OF THE ALKALINE EARTH METALS. The Production of carbides.—In treating of the methods to be used in the production of calcium, strontium, ..."

7. A Metallographic Study on Tungsten Steels by Axel Hultgren (1920)
"П. carbides IN TUNGSTEN STEELS A. PREVIOUS INVESTIGATIONS A. Moissan, ... The double carbides were magnetic, the tungsten carbides ..."

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