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nitride

 [ni´trīd]
a binary compound of nitrogen with a metal.

ni·tride

(nī'trīd),
A compound of nitrogen and one other element, for example, magnesium nitride, Mg3N2.

ni·tride

(nī'trīd)
A compound of nitrogen and one other element; e.g., magnesium nitride, Mg3N2.

nitride

a binary compound of nitrogen with a metal.
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