halide


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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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To highlight the benefits of opting for LED, GTE carried out a live demonstration to compare a metal halide light tower and a CLPT V15 LED at its client's premises.
Attack rates were significantly higher among persons sitting in closer proximity to metal halide lights (92 of 196 [47%] compared with persons on either side of the platform or in middle or back rows 0 of 554 [0%], p<0.00).
The marriage of ECL and bipolar electrochemisty has great potential for detecting analytes, such as oxygen, halide ions, DNA, and so on.
The other major change is the elimination of the qualitative halide test; this can significantly affect the halide content portion of the designation for a large number of fluxes.
Although Mary becomes a devoted follower, she cannot shed her identity any more than she can assume the mystic garb of the dervishes in whose monastery she and Halide take shelter.
The general expression of outgoing photo-detached electronic wave function for hydrogen halide anionsHX-(X= F, Cl, Br, I) has been derived by employing Two-center Model.
Tronox LLC has been granted a patent for a process for manufacturing titanium dioxide comprised of continuously reacting a titanium halide and an oxygen-containing gas in the vapor phase to produce titanium dioxide particles and gaseous reaction products.
EYE Lighting, an Ohio-based manufacturer of lamps, luminaries, and lighting products, has recently added a new shape to their line of Cera Arc Ceramic Metal Halide products.
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.