Definition of Trioxides

1. Noun. (plural of trioxide) ¹



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Definition of Trioxides

1. trioxide [n] - See also: trioxide

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trioxides

triors
triorthocresyl phosphate
trios
triose
triosekinase
triosephosphate
trioses
triotus
trioval
trioxane
trioxanes
trioxid
trioxidane
trioxide
trioxides (current term)
trioxids
trioxolane
trioxolanes
trioxsalen
trioxygen
trioxygenated
trioxymethylene
trip
trip-up
trip cord
trip cords
trip hammer
trip hammers

Literary usage of Trioxides

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1. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1871)
"The trioxides of aluminium, iron, chromium and cerium exist in several different modifications, some of which are readily, others scarcely at all acted upon ..."

2. A System of Inorganic Chemistry by William Ramsay (1891)
"The only trioxides known in the free state are chromium trioxide, or chromic anhydride, CrO3, and manganese trioxide, MnO.,. ..."

3. Introduction to the Study of Chemical Philosophy: The Principles of by William Augustus Tilden (1901)
"The trioxides, MoO3, WO3, and UO3, are generally acidic. ... These trioxides also exhibit a feebly basic function, the oxy-salts of uranium being the most ..."

4. Technology Quarterly by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1895)
"Nitrogen peroxide converts both the metals into trioxides, while the metals remain unchanged in an atmosphere of methylamine. Tungsten trioxide when heated ..."

5. The Chemistry of medicines, practical by John Uri Lloyd (1883)
"It will be noticed that each of the above-named trioxides contains two atoms ... trioxides are also compounds in which one atom of a metal is combined with ..."

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