acid oxide


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ac·id ox·ide

an acid anhydride; an oxide of an electronegative element or radical; it can combine with water to form an acid.
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With reference to the oxide solubilities [22], the NiO and FeO are basic oxides and [Cr.sub.2][O.sub.3] the acid oxide which was found balanced.
In vivo CYP activity [28] was assessed by measuring oleic acid oxide (cis-EpOA) in 1 mL aliquots of plasma as described elsewhere [29].
Table 2 shows the acid oxides content in the flue gas of coal-fired, oil-fired and gas-fired boilers [13].
The reaction can be catalyzed by bases (NaOH, KOH, carbonates and corresponding alkoxides), mineral acids (sulfuric, hydrochloric and sulphonic), solid acid oxides (Ti[O.sub.2], Sn[O.sub.2], ZnO, [Li.sub.4]Si[O.sub.4], [Li.sub.2]Si[O.sub.3], LiAl[O.sub.2] and [Li.sub.2]Ti[O.sub.3]) and either enzymes like lipases [4-12].