Definition of Cadmic

1. a. Pertaining to, derived from, or containing, cadmium; as, cadmic sulphide.



Definition of Cadmic

1. Adjective. (chemistry archaic) Pertaining to, derived from, or containing cadmium. ¹

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Definition of Cadmic

1. cadmium [adj] - See also: cadmium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cadmic

cadgiest
cadgin
cadginess
cadging
cadgy
cadherin
cadherins
cadi
cadie
cadies
cadilesker
cadileskers
cadinene
cadis
cadmian
cadmic (current term)
cadmiferous
cadmium
cadmium cell
cadmium chloride
cadmium compounds
cadmium orange
cadmium oxide
cadmium poisoning
cadmium radioisotopes
cadmium sulfide
cadmium sulphide
cadmium translocating ATPase
cadmium yellow
cadmium yellow pale

Literary usage of Cadmic

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1. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1856)
"cadmic oxide dissolves readily in aqueous asparagine; and the liquid, if filtered hot, deposits on cooling a large quantity of delicate shining prisms. ..."

2. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller, Charles Edward Groves, Herbert McLeod (1878)
"A white hydrated cadmic oxide, CdH.,0.,, may be obtained by decomposing a salt of the metal by a fixed alkali; ammonia in excess ..."

3. Lecture Notes for Chemical Students by Edward Frankland (1870)
"The cadmic carbonate is then ignited, and the resulting oxide reduced by ... by precipitating a solution of a cadmic salt by sodic or potassic hydrate. ..."

4. Chemistry for Students by Alexander William Williamson (1868)
"Ammonia precipitates white cadmic hydrate, and an excess of ammonia ... cadmic oxide is not soluble in potash. Potassic cyanide dissolves it readily, ..."

5. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1866)
"According to Kiihn, the precipitate sometimes consists of a mixture of di- and tri-cadmic salts. ..."

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