Hydriodide Hy*dri"o*dide, n. (Chem.) A compound of hydriodic acid with a base; -- distinguished from an {iodide}, in which only the iodine combines with the base.

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  • hydriodide — hīˈdrīəˌdīd, də̇d noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary hydriodic + ide : a compound of hydriodic acid pyridine hydriodide distinguished from iodide; compare hydrochloride …   Useful english dictionary

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