barium oxide


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bar·i·um ox·ide

, barium monoxide
it is caustic, forming the strong base, Ba(OH)2, in water; used as a dehydrating agent.
Synonym(s): baryta
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3 Europe: Natural Barium Sulfate (Barytes) and Natural Barium Carbonate (Witherite) Excluding Purified Barium Oxide Imports in 2011
4 Latin America: Natural Barium Sulfate (Barytes) and Natural Barium Carbonate (Witherite) Excluding Purified Barium Oxide Imports in 2011
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