Definition of Magnesium nitride
1. Noun. A nitride containing nitrogen and magnesium.
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Literary usage of Magnesium nitride
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1. Proceedings of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1878)
"ON THE PRODUCTION OF magnesium nitride BY SMOTHERED COMBUSTION OP MAGNESIUM IN AIR. BY J. \V. MALLET. THE existence of a nitride of magnesium was first ..."
2. Laboratory Methods of Inorganic Chemistry by Heinrich Biltz, Wilhelm Biltz (1909)
"Beneath the latter lies a light yellowish-green mass of nearly pure magnesium nitride, which is obtained to about 80% of the theoretical yield. ..."
3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1897)
"The author investigated the behaviour of magnesium nitride towards chloroform, carbon trichloride, and benzaldehyde respectively, in the hope that the ..."
4. Coal-tar and Ammonia by Georg Lunge (1916)
"An alloy of tin and magnesium, electro- lytically formed, is by the action of nitrogen in another space partially converted into magnesium nitride; ..."
5. General Chemistry by Hamilton Perkins Cady (1916)
"... + 2NH3 + H20 In quantitative analysis, magnesium is weighed as the pyro- phosphate. magnesium nitride.—magnesium nitride ..."
6. Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry: A Course of Laboratory and Classroom Study by Arthur Alphonzo Blanchard, Joseph Warren Phelan (1922)
"PREPARATION 14 magnesium nitride AND AMMONIA The formation of magnesium nitride ... magnesium nitride differs from aluminum nitride in that it hydrolyzes ..."
7. Laboratory Methods of Inorganic Chemistry by Heinrich Biltz, Wilhelm Biltz (1909)
"magnesium nitride, Mg,N,; Ammonia from the Atmosphere. ... magnesium nitride reacts readily with water with the formation of ammonia. To obtain the ammonia, ..."
8. Chemical Lecture Experiments by Francis Gano Benedict (1901)
"Formation of magnesium nitride. — At a high temperature magnesium combines with free nitrogen to form the nitride. The conditions for the formation of the ..."