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oxide

 [ok´sīd]
a compound of oxygen with an element or radical.

ox·ide

(ok'sīd),
A compound of oxygen with another element or a radical, for example, mercuric oxide, HgO.

oxide

/ox·ide/ (ok´sīd) a compound of oxygen with an element or radical.

oxide

[ok′sīd]
1 a compound of oxygen and another element or radical.
2 a dianion of oxygen, O2-.

ox·ide

(ok'sīd)
A compound of oxygen with another element or a radical.

oxide

compound formed by oxidization of a metal

oxide (kˑ·sīd),

n a chemical compound of oxygen with another atom or molecule.
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Oxide.

ox·ide

(ok'sīd)
A compound of oxygen with another element or a radical.

oxide,

n a compound of oxygen with another element or radical such as iron.
oxide divinyl,

oxide

a compound of oxygen with an element or radical.
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