Definition of Chlorids
1. chlorid [n] - See also: chlorid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chlorids
Literary usage of Chlorids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Monographic Medicine by William Robie Patten Emerson, Guido Guerrini, William Brown, Wendell Christopher Phillips, John Whitridge Williams, John Appleton Swett, Hans Günther, Mario Mariotti, Hugh Grant Rowell (1916)
"Sources, Distribution and Excretion of chlorids The average amount of ... Both inorganic chlorids and chlorids in organic combination occur in the diet. ..."
2. A Manual of the practice of medicine: Prepared Especially for Students by Arthur Albert Stevens (1908)
"... chlorids.—The quantity of these salts is ... The abundance of the white precipitate will indicate the quantity of chlorids present ..."
3. Manures and Fertilizers: A Text-book for College Students and a Work of by Homer Jay Wheeler (1913)
"The use of chlorids increases the need of liming. — When chlorids of potassium and other bases are used on soils well supplied with carbonate of lime, ..."
4. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians by Association of American Physicians (1905)
"THE ELIMINATION OF chlorids IN NEPHRITIS. BY JOSEPH L. MILLER, MD, or CHICAGO. WIDAL and Javal recently called attention to the inability of many ..."
5. Examination of the Urine: A Manual for Students and Practitioners by George Alexander De Santos Saxe (1904)
"The principal inorganic constituents of the urine are the chlorids, ... chlorids. The chlorids, next to urea, are the chief solid constituents of the urine. ..."
6. State board questions and answers by Rudolph Max Goepp (1913)
"chlorids AND PHOSPHATES (a) Name the chlorids found in the urine, (b) state their ... What is the quantity of chlorids voided in normal urine daily? ..."
7. Clinical Laboratory Methods: A Manual of Technique and Morphology Designed by Roger Sylvester Morris (1913)
"A white precipitate denotes the presence of chlorids. An approximate idea of the quantity of chlorids may be gained. Normally, a denso precipitate appears ..."
8. Manual of Clinical Microscopy and Chemistry by Hermann Lenhartz (1904)
"It is also known that, if chlorids are administered to pneumonia patients, these substances accumulate in tin- organism and are eliminated only at the time ..."