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hy·dride

(hī'drīd),
A negatively charged hydrogen (that is, H:-) or a compound of hydrogen in which it assumes a formal negative charge, for example, sodium borohydride (NaBH4).

hy·dride

(hī'drīd)
A negatively charged hydrogen (i.e., H:-) or a compound of hydrogen in which it assumes a formal negative charge.

hydride

(hī′drīd)
A chemical compound containing hydrogen and an element or radical.
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