Arseniuret
Arseniuret \Ar`se*ni"u*ret\, n. (Chem.) See {Arsenide}. [1913 Webster]

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  • arseniuret — SYN: arsenide …   Medical dictionary

  • arseniuret — /aˈsinjurət/ (say ah seenyoohruht), /aˈsɛn / (say ah sen ) noun → arsenide. {arseni(c) + uret} …   Australian English dictionary

  • arseniuret — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Arsenide — Ar sen*ide, n. (Chem.) A compound of arsenic with a metal, or positive element or radical; formerly called arseniuret. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • arseniureted — or arseniuretted [är sēn′yə ret΄id, ärsen′yə ret΄id] adj. 〚< arseniuret, old name for arsenide < L arsenicum, ARSENIC + URET〛 combined with arsenic * * * …   Universalium

  • arsenide — A compound of arsenic with a metal or other positively charged atoms or groups in which the arsenic is not bound to any atoms of oxygen. SYN: arseniuret. * * * ar·se·nide ärs ən .īd n a binary compound of arsenic with a more positive element * *… …   Medical dictionary

  • -uret — a noun suffix in names of some chemical compounds, having the same force as ide, as in arseniuret. {New Latin urētum} …   Australian English dictionary

  • arseniureted — or arseniuretted [är sēn′yə ret΄id, ärsen′yə ret΄id] adj. [< arseniuret, old name for arsenide < L arsenicum, ARSENIC + URET] combined with arsenic …   English World dictionary

  • -uret — (y)ə|re]t, usu ]d.+V; in “carburet” often rā] noun combining form ( s) Etymology: New Latin uretum, from French ure, from Latin ur (in sulfur) …   Useful english dictionary

  • -ide — suffix (also esp. US id) Chem. forming nouns denoting: 1 binary compounds of an element (the suffix ide being added to the abbreviated name of the more electronegative element etc.) (sodium chloride; lead sulphide; calcium carbide). 2 various… …   Useful english dictionary

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