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  • 1 oxide — oxidic /ok sid ik/, adj. /ok suyd, sid/, n. Chem. a compound in which oxygen is bonded to one or more electropositive atoms. Also, oxid /ok sid/. [1780 90; < F (now oxyde), b. oxygène and acide. See OXYGEN, ACID] * * * I Any of a large and… …

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  • 2 Nitric oxide — Not to be confused with nitrous oxide or nitrogen oxides. For other uses, see NO (disambiguation). Nitric oxide …

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  • 3 Black oxide — is a conversion coating for ferrous materials. It is used to add mild corrosion resistance and for appearance.Citation | title = What is Black Oxide? | url = http://www.clevelandblackoxide.com/what.aspx | accessdate = 2008 09 14.] cite book |last …

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  • 4 Cerium(IV) oxide — Cerium(IV) oxide …

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  • 5 Mercury(II) oxide — Mercury(II) oxide …

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  • 6 Triphenylphosphine oxide — Triphenylphosphine oxide …

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  • 7 oxidize — ox•i•dize [[t]ˈɒk sɪˌdaɪz[/t]] v. dized, diz•ing 1) chem. to combine chemically with oxygen; convert into an oxide 2) chem. to cover with a coating of oxide or rust 3) chem. to increase the valence of (an atom or molecule) by removing electrons… …

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  • 8 oxidize — v. a. Oxidate, calcine, convert into an oxide …

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  • 9 drug — drug1 /drug/, n., v., drugged, drugging. n. 1. Pharm. a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease or used to otherwise enhance physical or mental well being. 2. (in federal law) a. any substance… …

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  • 10 Drug — /droog/, n. Zoroastrianism. the cosmic principle of disorder and falsehood. Cf. Asha. [ < Avestan drauga] * * * I Any chemical agent that affects the function of living things. Some, including antibiotics, stimulants, tranquilizers,… …

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  • 11 building construction — Techniques and industry involved in the assembly and erection of structures. Early humans built primarily for shelter, using simple methods. Building materials came from the land, and fabrication was dictated by the limits of the materials and… …

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  • 12 Car battery — A car battery is a type of rechargeable battery that supplies electric energy to an automobile [ Horst Bauer Bosch Automotive Handbook 4th Edition Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart 1996 ISBN 0 8376 0333 1, pages 803 807 ] . Usually this refers to an… …

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  • 13 Computers and Information Systems — ▪ 2009 Introduction Smartphone: The New Computer.       The market for the smartphone in reality a handheld computer for Web browsing, e mail, music, and video that was integrated with a cellular telephone continued to grow in 2008. According to… …

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  • 14 Chemical reaction — Chemical reactions redirects here. For the 2007 television episode, see Chemical Reactions (Men in Trees). A thermite reaction using iron(III) oxide. The sparks …

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  • 15 steroid — /stear oyd, ster /, Biochem. n. 1. any of a large group of fat soluble organic compounds, as the sterols, bile acids, and sex hormones, most of which have specific physiological action. adj. 2. Also, steroidal /sti royd l, ste /. pertaining to or …

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  • 16 Trimethylaminuria — Classification and external resources Trimethylamine ICD 10 E88.8 …

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  • 17 Chromate and dichromate — A sample of potassium chromate …

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  • 18 Photoconductive atomic force microscopy — (pc AFM) is a scientific technique.. Multi layer photovoltaic cells have gained popularity since mid 1980s.[1] At the time, research was primarily focused on single layer photovoltaic (PV) devices between two electrodes, in which PV properties… …

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  • 19 Metallurgy — Georg Agricola, author of De re metallica, an important early book on metal extraction Metallurgy is a domain of materials science that studies the physical and chemical behavior of metallic elements, their intermetallic compounds, and their… …

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  • 20 Lime mortar — is a type of mortar. It was used in the construction of the vast majority of brick and stone buildings worldwide from ancient times until the widespread adoption of Portland cement in the late nineteenth century. It is still used today, for the… …

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