A binary compound of oxygen with an atom or radical, or a compound which is regarded as binary; as, iron oxide, ethyl oxide, nitrogen oxide, etc.
A mineral compound characterized by the linkage of oxygen with one or more metallic elements, such a spinel, MgAl2O4.
Mineral from which sulphur has been partially or completely removed by the action of surface water and oxygen.
a compound of oxygen and another element.
Compound formed when a substance combines with oxygen.
Any compound that contains either the O2- ion or oxygen with an oxidation state of -2, such as Li2O or H2O.
The results of a chemical change which causes silver to turn black.
a mineral compound characterized by the linkage of oxygen with one or more metallic elements, such as magnetite.
binary compound that contains oxygen in the -2 oxidation state.
A binary chemical compound in which oxygen combines with a metal or non-metal.
any compound of oxygen with another element or a radical
a chemical compound A chemical compound is a chemical substance formed from two or further elements, with a fixed ratio determining the composition
a chemical compound of oxygen with other chemical elements , e
a chemical compound of oxygen with other chemical element s, e
a chemical compound of oxygen with other chemicalelements, e
a compound formed by metal with an oxygen
a compound in which the only negatively charged ion is an oxygen, and a salt is formed by the reaction of an acid with a base
a Compound of Oxygen and Some Other Element, as HgO
a compound that forms when oxygen reacts with a metal
an inorganic compound whose only negative part is the element oxygen
A compound of any element (nutrient) with oxygen alone.
A compound in which an element chemically combines with oxygen.
A chemical treatment to inner layers prior to lamination, for the purpose of increasing the roughness of clad copper to improve laminate bond strength.
chemical compound containing oxygen and, in most cases, only one other element. lutonium n artificially produced radioactive element formed from neptunium.
A compound containing oxygen and one or more elements.
Any element combined with oxygen.
Combination of oxygen with another element.
A chemical compound of oxygen with another element. Hydrated (water-including) iron oxide is called rust; it does not cling tightly to the underlying metal, so the oxidation process is progressive and iron easily rusts away. Aluminum oxide is a hard, transparent compound which clings tightly to the underlying metal and protects it against further oxidation.
A compound of oxygen with another element. Back to the Top
A type of chemical substance that is a combination of oxygen and another substance. Oxides are found in essential oils.
a compound of oxygen with some other chemical element.
A chemical compound containing oxygen and one other chemical element; for example, water is the oxide of hydrogen because it is composed of the elements hydrogen and oxygen.
(general) A compound of oxygen with one or more metallic elements. Rust is an oxide of iron.
A binary chemical compound in which oxygen is combined with a metal or nonmetal.
A compound created through the chemical reaction between oxygen and another element.
A compound containing oxygen and other elements. Sometimes refers to metallic chemicals used for coloring clays or glazes.
A compound containing one oxygen atom per molecule. See also dioxide.
Materials formed by the reaction of elements with oxygen. In the case of soldering materials, oxides are formed by reactions between the surface metals and oxygen in the air. This process is accelerated by high temperature. Oxides vary enormously in physical properties: some are flaky and poorly adherent, such as the oxides and hydroxides found in rust, and some highly adherent, such as the aluminium oxide layer created during the â€˜anodisingâ€™ process. For soldering, the oxides of tin, lead and copper interfere with the proper wetting of solder and need to be removed or dispersed before soldering, an operation which is usually carried out by flux. See oxidation.
An oxide is a chemical compound containing an oxygen atom and other elements. Most of the earth's crust consists of oxides. Oxides result when elements are oxidized by air.