acid oxide

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an acid anhydride; an oxide of an electronegative element or radical; it can combine with water to form an acid.
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This mix of acidic oxides (silica), or common sand, can be encouraged to fuse into crystal, providing it is heated enough, and is known as fused silica and widely used in technology due to its useful thermal properties.