Definition of Platinoids

1. Noun. (plural of platinoid) ¹



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Definition of Platinoids

1. platinoid [n] - See also: platinoid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Platinoids

platino-
platinoan
platinochloric
platinochloric acid
platinochloride
platinochlorides
platinocyanate
platinocyanates
platinocyanic
platinocyanic acid
platinocyanide
platinocyanides
platinode
platinodes
platinoid
platinoids (current term)
platinoso-
platinotype
platinotypes
platinous
platinum
platinum-blonde
platinum arsenide
platinum black
platinum blond
platinum blonde
platinum compounds
platinum foil
platinum group
platinum sombrero

Literary usage of Platinoids

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1. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by John Iredelle Dillard Hinds (1908)
"... AND platinoids. THIS group contains three series of elements arranged in three sub-groups. In the series the elements are closely related in atomic ..."

2. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by John Iredelle Dillard Hinds (1905)
"... AND platinoids. THIS group contains three series of elements arranged in three sub-groups. In the scries the elements are closely related in atomic ..."

3. Transaction by Texas Medical Association (1902)
"The form of the gland principal was the elixir and platinoids. Of the elixir 3i was given three times a day; of the platinoids ten grains per day. ..."

4. Handbook of Geological Terms, Geology and Physical Geography by David Page (1865)
"platinoids.—Platina being invariably found associated with several other metals, forming a family apart of very singular chemical habitudes, ..."

5. Report of the Annual Meeting (1877)
"This arises no doubt from the presence of more or less iridium or other platinoids, a small admixture of which, ..."

6. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by John Iredelle Dillard Hinds (1908)
"... AND platinoids. THIS group contains three series of elements arranged in three sub-groups. In the series the elements are closely related in atomic ..."

7. Inorganic Chemistry: With the Elements of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry by John Iredelle Dillard Hinds (1905)
"... AND platinoids. THIS group contains three series of elements arranged in three sub-groups. In the scries the elements are closely related in atomic ..."

8. Transaction by Texas Medical Association (1902)
"The form of the gland principal was the elixir and platinoids. Of the elixir 3i was given three times a day; of the platinoids ten grains per day. ..."

9. Handbook of Geological Terms, Geology and Physical Geography by David Page (1865)
"platinoids.—Platina being invariably found associated with several other metals, forming a family apart of very singular chemical habitudes, ..."

10. Report of the Annual Meeting (1877)
"This arises no doubt from the presence of more or less iridium or other platinoids, a small admixture of which, ..."

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