- n. Plural form of halide.
“The halides are a group of minerals whose principle chemical constituents are fluorine, chlorine, iodine, and bromine.”
“A few minutes later, the first row of metal halides flickered to life.”
“Grignard had discovered that organic halides can form compounds with magnesium.”
“High-purity uranium can be prepared by the thermal decomposition of uranium halides on a hot filament.”
“Uranium can be prepared by reducing uranium halides with alkali or alkaline earth metals or by reducing uranium oxides by calcium, aluminum, or carbon at high temperatures.”
“The team produced a version of the mineral in which silver is replaced by lithium, germanium by phosphorus, and some of the sulphur atoms by halides (chloride, bromide or iodide), resulting in argyrodite-like structures.”
“Metal halides have the added advantage of producing a warm, natural light.”
“Superacid catalysts developed at the Institute permit oxidative condensation of methane to higher hydrocarbons, as well as the selective electrophilic conversion of methane to its mono-substituted derivatives such as methyl halides and methyl alcohol.”
“Dissolving alkyl halides at low temperature in hydrogen fluoride-antimon pentafluoride (HF-SbF5), which is”
“SbF5, which is a Lewis superacid, giving carbocations with e.g. alkyl halides.”
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