Definition of Nitrids

1. nitrid [n] - See also: nitrid



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nitrids

nitric-oxide reductase
nitric acid
nitric acid reductase
nitric bacteria
nitric bacterium
nitric oxide
nitric oxide synthase
nitrid
nitridated
nitridation
nitride
nitrided
nitrides
nitriding
nitridings
nitrids (current term)
nitriferous
nitrification
nitrifications
nitrified
nitrifier
nitrifiers
nitrifies
nitrify
nitrifying
nitril
nitrilase
nitrilases
nitrile
nitrile hydratase

Literary usage of Nitrids

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1. Inorganic Chemistry According to the Periodic Law by Francis Preston Venable, James Lewis Howe (1898)
"Nitrogen forms a series of compounds called nitrids but only a few of these are known. They are usually not well characterized and have been but little ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1901)
"Ammonia is formed at the same time, and Gautier concludes that both these gases are derived from the action of water on nitrids, chiefly iron nitrid, ..."

3. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by John Iredelle Dillard Hinds (1908)
"The nitrids may be regarded as derivatives of ammonia, or as simple binary compounds of nitrogen with the metals. They are usually obtained by the action of ..."

4. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by John Iredelle Dillard Hinds (1905)
"The nitrids may be regarded as derivatives of ammonia, or as simple binary compounds of nitrogen with the metals. They are usually obtained by the action of ..."

5. The Medical Student's Manual of Chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1893)
"... they are divisible into primary, secondary, and tertiary. They are the nitrids of the acid radicals, as the amins are the ..."

6. The Year-book for Colorists and Dyers: Presenting a Review of the Year's by Herman A Metz (1903)
"... with such inorganic bodies as are capable of decomposing water, like the alkali metals, also with heavy metals, alkaline- earth, metals, alkali nitrids ..."

7. Essentials of Modern Chemistry by Charles Elwood Dull (1918)
"Nitrogen unites with some metals at high temperatures to form nitrids. The nitrids of magnesium and aluminum are the most common. ..."

8. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1898)
"These sources are doubtless metallic nitrids or some similar combinations. Recent progress in the study of denitrifying organisms is described and the ..."

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