Definition of Arenes

1. Noun. (plural of arene) ¹



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Definition of Arenes

1. arene [n] - See also: arene

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arenes

arenaceous rock
arenalike
arenarious
arenas
arenation
arenaviral
arenavirus
arenaviruses
arendator
arendators
arene
arene epoxide
arene epoxides
arene oxide
arene oxides
arenes (current term)
areng
arenga
arenic
arenicolite
arenicolites
arenicolous
arenilitic
arenite
arenites
arenium ion
arenium ions
arenobufagin
arenocenium
arenol

Literary usage of Arenes

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1. Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties by Edwin Clarence Eckel (1905)
"The materials called "arenes" by < on cement technology are sands and residual ma the decay of various igneous rocks, and particularly the more basic rocks, ..."

2. Essays on Hydraulic and Common Mortars and on Limeburning by Clément Louis Treussart, Jean Constant Petot, C. Courtois (1838)
"But the proprietors of the mills on the river Isle, in the department Gironde, discovered by accident a quality- in the arenes much more important and ..."

3. A Practical and Scientific Treatise on Calcareous Mortars and Cements by Louis-Joseph Vicat (1837)
"These materials are, 1st, The different kinds of sand, properly so called : 2nd, arenes : 3rd, Psam- mites :a 4th, Clays : 5th, Volcanic or pseudo-volcanic ..."

4. Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties by Edwin Clarence Eckel (1922)
"School of arenes, etc.—The materials called " on cement technology are sands and ... arenes ..."

5. The Israel of the Alps: A Complete History of the Waldenses of Piedmont, and by Alexis Muston (1866)
"... a merchant of Villar d'arenes, at Draguignan—Many persons put to death on account of religion—Caspar Orsel delivered from the inquisitors— Capture and ..."

6. A Brief Practical Treatise on Mortars: With an Account of the Processes by William H. Wright (1845)
"The color of the arenes is very various : they are red, brown, yellow, and sometimes ... The arenes form good hydraulic mortars c"Stion. with fat lime, ..."

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