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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.
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The clearing temperatures of the two copper(I) complexes (Table 1, measured during the first heating run) depend significantly on the size of the halide ion.
Role and effects of halide ions on the rates and mechanisms of oxidative addition of iodobenzene to low-ligated zerovalent palladium complexes Pd0(PPh3)2.
Intimate mechanism of oxidative addition to zerovalent palladium complexes in the presence of halide ions and its relevance to the mechanism of palladium-catalyzed nucleophilic substitutions.
This behavior is shown only when the amorphous surface has been coated by a film which is formed by joint adsorption [16,23] of both the halide ion and inhibitor molecules, assuming that this joint adsorption of the inhibitor molecules and [Br.sup.-] is ionic in nature and of the overlap or multi adsorption type [scheme 2].
where [i.sup.[??].sub.corr] and [i.sub.corr] denote corrosion current densities in absence and presence of 10-[sup.4]M of the inhibitors at each studied temperature respectively, in absence and presence of halide ions, determined by extrapolation of Tafel lines to the corrosion potential .
In one type, all halide ions are equal and each of them plays the role of bridge between two cations.
IC was conducted to measure the concentrations of halide ions (fluoride and chloride), organic acid anions (such as formate, acetate, butyrate, pentanoate, and hexanoate), and inorganic anions (such as nitrate, sulfate, carbonate, and bicarbonate).
We have developed photo-detached electronic wave functions of negative hydrogen halide ions by employing
Effect of halide ions on the corrrosion inhibition of mild steel in [H.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] using methyl red-Part 1.
Amin, "Chronoam-perometric studies of pitting corrosion of Al and (Al-Si) alloys by halide ions in neutral sulphate solutions," Corrosion Science, vol.
Postlethwaite and Freese [12] studied the effect of halide ions on the anodic behaviour of pure nickel in [H.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] solutions and observed that all the halides accelerate the dissolution in active state and can break down the passive oxide layer so that the metal becomes severely pitted.