Definition of Cheddites

1. cheddite [n] - See also: cheddite



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cheddites

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cheddites (current term)
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Literary usage of Cheddites

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1912)
"The method of manufacture of ' cheddites ' is to heat the castor oil by ... The stability of ' cheddites ' is said to be increased on prolonged storage. ..."

2. The New World of Science: Its Development During the War by Robert Mearns Yerkes (1920)
"Black gunpowder played a subsidiary part as used in trench mortars and pyrotechnic devices, while cheddites, ..."

3. A Short Account of Explosives by Arthur Marshall (1917)
"These explosives are called cheddites, from Chedde, the place in Haute Savoie, where the chlorate is manufactured by electrolytic methods. ..."

4. Military Pyrotechnics by Henry Burnell Faber, Marvin Dana (1919)
"As in the case of other cheddites, the velocity of detonation rises with increase of density 'to a maximum, after which it falls in consequence of the ..."

5. Engineer Field Manual ...: I. Reconnaissance. II. Bridges. III. Roads. IV by United States War Dept (1917)
"cheddites in which castor oil is used is the most common form, is not highly sensitive to shock or friction, but has the disadvantage of easily becoming ..."

6. Engineer Field Manual ...: I. Reconnaissance. II. Bridges. III. Roads. IV by United States War Dept (1917)
"cheddites in which castor oil is used is the most common form, is not highly sensitive to shock or friction, but has the disadvantage of easily becoming ..."

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