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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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Because the specific gravities for aluminum and its oxide are so close, aluminum oxide will settle in molten aluminum, which can be seen in the amount of aluminum oxide sludge removed from the floor of a reverberatory furnace during cleaning.
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Additional metallurgical testing of oxides, continuation of baseline environmental studies, project design and facilities siting studies are proceeding as planned.
Even when the oxides are introduced intentionally, the oxide foil occasionally floats out of the component, so the part is not actually defective.
The belts formed from oxides of indium" cadmium, gallium, and lead, as well as zinc and tin.
This program seeks to make a significant increase (oxides and sulfides) to the current 4-million-ounce inferred gold resource, but also includes provision for infill drilling in the Marble Contact and Manganese Mine oxide zones.
Air entrainment occurs when bubbles of air passing through the metal form trails or strings of oxides that remain trapped below the surface of the casting (Fig.