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halide

 [hal´īd]
a compound of a halogen with an element or radical.

hal·ide

(hal'īd),
A salt of a halogen.

hal·ide

(hal'īd)
A salt of a halogen.

halide

a compound of a halogen with an element or radical.
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In addition to the larger metal halide bulbs commonly found in sports stadiums and parking garages, small form factor ceramic metal halide has been embraced by high end retailers for accent lighting due to its clean white light and strong color rendering.
In the 1990's, ceramic discharge metal halide lamps were developed and commercialized in the North American marketplace (Carleton and others 1997).
In broad terms, halogens are associated with PWBs and components, while halides are associated with soldering operations.
Silver halide is still a good market and has allowed us to build relationships with companies and get a foot in the door where we might not have if we only had dye sub," he adds.
The statute of ultimate repose prevents lawsuits against manufac- turers of products that are more than eight years old, even if they're still being used - as was the case with the metal halide lights in Lake Oswego.
Tanzimat'tan itibaren yazarlarimizin sik sik gundeme getirdigi kadinlarin egitimi konusu, Halide Edib'in eserlerinde yogun olarak vurgulanmaktadir.
However, many existing lamps can be retrofitted with the color-correct metal halide bulbs at very little cost.
17 describes the precise steps to be taken in using each of the three accepted test methods for measuring the residual thiosulfate level in silver halide film products.
The 15-year-old building's high bay metal halide ceiling lights were having a hard time getting the job done.
Halide says: "I really like the North East, people are friendly and helpful.
In laboratory studies, the two engineered microbes helped boost methyl halide production from switchgrass, corn cob husks, sugar cane waste, and poplar wood to levels with commercial potential.