Definition of Fluorid
1. fluoride [n -S] - See also: fluoride
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Literary usage of Fluorid
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. First principles of chemistry for the use of colleges and schools: For the by Benjamin Silliman (1861)
"fluorid of silicon is a colorless gas, irrespirable, and decomposed by water. ... The fluorid of silicon should not pass directly into the water from the ..."
2. A Manual of pharmacology and its applications to therapeutics and toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1917)
"fluorid ION Sodium fluorid is a general protoplasmic poison. It has a strong local irritant action, a 2 per cent, solution being corrosive to mucous ..."
3. An Elementary Experimental Chemistry by John Bernard Ekeley (1900)
"Its principal salt is calcium fluorid, which occurs in nature as the mineral ... Properties of Calcium fluorid. Examine calcium fluorid both in crystal and ..."
4. 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, and in cryolite, a fluorid of aluminium and sodium, ..."
5. The Medical Student's Manual of Chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1893)
"Hydrogen fluorid— Hydrofluoric acid = HF— Molecular weight = 20. Hydrofluoric acid is obtained by the action of an excess of ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"The fluoride are not strong antiseptics, the limits being for hydrofluoric acid 0.02 <f0, barium fluorid 0.3 %, aluminum fluorid 0.1 %, calcium fluorid 0.03 ..."