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  • noun Plural form of arsenide.

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Examples

  • Also, the arsenides are pretty important in their diet.

    Doctor’s Orders

  • There are cases when gold is contained in ores in what is known as a perfectly "free" form -- that is, there is an absence of all sulphides, arsenides, etc. -- when it is not practicable to extract it either with the ordinary forms of quicksilver amalgamation of or any process of chlorination, without first roasting.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 620, November 19,1887

  • The fissures were mineralized with copper sulphides and arsenides, iron sulphides, and locally with zinc sulphide and manganese carbonate, -- all in a matrix of quartz.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • Native silver and various silver sulphides, arsenides, and antimonides are associated with minerals of cobalt, nickel, bismuth, lead, and zinc, in a gangue of calcite and some quartz.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • The silver ores of the Cobalt district of Ontario (pp. 234-235), containing nickel and cobalt arsenides, produce considerable arsenic.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • The principal ore minerals are the nickel sulphides and arsenides

    The Economic Aspect of Geology

  • As regards the cobalt nickel arsenides and silver deposits of

    Our Northern Heritage

  • More recently the auriferous-arsenic ores of Temagami were made known, and lastly a discovery has been made of the series of cobalt nickel arsenides and silver, which are unique, so far as known, on this continent, and are paralleled by deposits only in Saxony and adjacent regions of continental Europe.

    Our Northern Heritage

  • Its chief ores are smaltite and cobaltite, which are arsenides of cobalt, with more or less iron, nickel, and copper.

    A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.

  • Kupfernickel and chloanthite are arsenides of nickel with, generally, more or less iron and cobalt.

    A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.

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