Definition of Sodiums

1. Noun. (plural of sodium) ¹



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Definition of Sodiums

1. sodium [n] - See also: sodium

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sodiums

sodium sulforicinate
sodium sulphate
sodium sulphite
sodium tartrate
sodium taurocholate
sodium tetraborate
sodium tetradecyl sulfate
sodium thiocyanate
sodium thiopental
sodium thiosulfate
sodium thiosulphate
sodium tripolyphosphate
sodium tungstoborate
sodium vapor lamp
sodium vapour lamp
sodiums (current term)
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Literary usage of Sodiums

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1. A System of Physical Chemistry by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, James Rice (1921)
"like plane, ie from the first plane containing sodium or chlorine atoms alone to the next one containing sodiums or chlorines alone. ..."

2. The Practical Methods of Organic Chemistry by Ludwig Gattermann (1914)
"... In order to convert sodiums-naphthalene sulphonate into /3-naphthol the proportions of the necessary reagents used are : 10 parts sodium-/3-naphthalene ..."

3. The Chronicle of Froissart by Jean Froissart (1901)
"... at the kyng of Englande sodiums, to entre into England, assone as the warr were opened. came to ..."

4. The Practical Methods of Organic Chemistry by Ludwig Gattermann (1896)
"... In order to convert sodiums-naphthalene sulphonate into /3-naphthol the proportions of the necessary reagents used are : 10 parts sodium-/3-naphthalene ..."

5. General Chemistry for Colleges by Alexander Smith (1916)
"When speaking in terms of ions as particles, therefore, we may not say "a sodium-ion," any more than we should say "an ionic sodium" or "ionic sodiums. ..."

6. General Chemistry for Colleges by Alexander Smith (1921)
"... "ionic sodiums." To describe the charged molecule, we must write "a sodium ion," "sodium ions," "chlorate ions," etc. Faraday distinguished the two ..."

7. General Chemistry for Colleges by Alexander Smith (1916)
"When speaking in terms of ions as particles, therefore, we may not say "a sodium-ion," any more than we should say "an ionic sodium" or "ionic sodiums. ..."

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