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oxide

 [ok´sīd]
a compound of oxygen with an element or radical.

ox·ide

(ok'sīd),
A compound of oxygen with another element or a radical, for example, mercuric oxide, HgO.

ox·ide

(ok'sīd)
A compound of oxygen with another element or a radical.

ox·ide

(ok'sīd)
A compound of oxygen with another element or a radical.
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(2) The oxide layers at medium and high DH content were composed of an outermost layer of Ni[(OH).sub.2] and Cr[(OH).sub.3] enriched in Cr, an intermediate layer of metallic Ni, hydroxides and oxides enriched in Cr, and an inner [Cr.sub.2][O.sub.3] layer.
Rare earth oxides are used in applications including the manufacturing of automotive catalysts to abate noxious gases from engine exhaust.
We look forward to penetrating not only the typical natural iron oxide market but also markets that have traditionally been served by synthetic oxides to which Amiron offers a compelling value proposition."--Applied Minerals, 800/356-6463; www.amironoxides.com
Asia is the leading producer and consumer of indium tin oxide due to the huge electronics market in China, Japan, and Korea.
In a running machine, the static oxide layer mixes with air because of the turbulence created by solder that flows from the wave nozzle.
Aluminum oxides can form quickly; before you can reach to the other side of even a small ladle, the surface is filled with oxide formation.
That will make it possible to have five variable injections per cycle also in the unit injector system, contributing to low soot and nitrogen oxide emissions."
Zou, chemist Michael O'Keeffe of Arizona State University in Tempe, and their colleagues had been synthesizing porous crystals made with germanium oxide. The basic units of these molecular structures contain a germanium atom bound to four or six oxygen atoms to make a tetrahedron or an octahedron, respectively.
Granular ferric oxide is an iron-based adsorbent that can capture both arsenate and arsenite, but in general, it functions best at or below a pH of 7, and both phosphates and silicates can interfere with its action.
The sensors are silicon-based microelectromechanical (MEMS) devices consisting of suspended 100 [micro]m x 100 [micro]m heatable platforms that have metal oxide sensing films deposited on their surfaces.
Through the addition of various metal oxides and their respective amounts, sol gel abrasive grains can be tailormade to produce optimum performance for a variety of grinding applications.
BASF Coatings GmbH has been granted a patent for an aqueous coating composition comprised of a metal oxide selected from the group consisting of bismuth oxide, vanadium oxide, manganese oxide, cobalt oxide, zinc oxide, strontium oxide, yttrium oxide, molybdenum oxide, zirconium oxide, lanthanum oxide, oxides of the lanthanide series of elements