Definition of Periodid
1. an iodide [n -S] - See also: iodide
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Literary usage of Periodid
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Official Methods of Analysis (1920)
"In the presence of considerable acetanilid, the periodid first separates as minute, oily globules, which, on vigorous shaking, gradually become crystalline. ..."
2. The Newer Remedies ...: A Reference Book for Physicians, Pharmacists, and by Virgil Coblentz (1899)
"... days in succession, as the effects last eight or ten days. Toxic symptoms were not noticed, but in three cases complete loss of hair resulted. periodid. ..."
3. A Text-book of diseases of women by John Clarence Webster (1907)
"Then they should be immersed for an hour or more in a tank containing formalin solution (i dr. to i pint) or periodid of mercury (1:500). ..."
4. Qualitative Analysis as a Laboratory Basis for the Study of General by William Conger Morgan (1906)
"The presence of a soluble iodid greatly increases its solubility, this action being due to the formation of a periodid which gives rise to the ion I3. ..."
5. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1884)
"... water is added to an alcoholic solution of potassium tri-iodide (KI3) heated to 50°, a brown crystalline precipitate is obtained of mercury periodid-e, ..."