Definition of Halids
1. halid [n] - See also: halid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halids
Literary usage of Halids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Inorganic Chemistry According to the Periodic Law by Francis Preston Venable, James Lewis Howe (1898)
"The halids.—These elements, fluorin, chlorin, bromin, and iodin form compounds with all ... Formation of the halids.—i. By the action of chlorin, bromin, ..."
2. Elementary Chemistry by Charles Elijah Linebarger (1904)
"Formation of halids. The halogens combine directly with the alkali metals to form "halid ' 2Na + Cl2 ->2NaCl The halogen acids ..."
3. The Medical student's manual of chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1906)
"Or they are more readily obtained by the action of the phosphorus halids, or of the halogen iu presence of phosphorus upon the ..."
4. Qualitative Analysis as a Laboratory Basis for the Study of General by William Conger Morgan (1906)
"The cause for this varying solubility of the silver halids in NH40H will be apparent from the ... The fact that all three silver halids dissolve in KCN and ..."