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hydroxide

 [hi-drok´sīd]
the OH anion or a compound containing the OH ion.
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hy·drox·ide

(hī-drok'sīd),
1. A compound containing a potentially ionizable hydroxyl group; particularly a compound that liberates OH- upon dissolving in water.
2. The hydroxide anion, OH-.
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hy·drox·ide

(hī-drok'sīd)
A compound containing a potentially ionizable hydroxyl group; particularly a compound that liberates OH- on dissolving in water.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

hy·drox·ide

(hī-drok'sīd)
A compound containing a potentially ionizable hydroxyl group.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Magnesium hydroxide: A new and versatile rubber chemical
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This work is devoted mainly to studying the effect of ultrafine magnesium hydroxide on the tensile properties and flame retardancy of WPC system based on tensile test, LOI, and cone calorimeter.
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MagShield magnesium hydroxides for flame-retardant/smoke-suppressant applications.
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