Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A binary compound of chlorin with another element. Formerly called muriate.
  • noun In mining, the common name throughout the Cordilleran region of ores which contain silver chlorid, or horn-silver (cerargyrite), in valuable amount.

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Examples

  • According to Zahn, the method of applying diathermy to the human eye is to take a layer of cotton wool 1 cm. thick soaked in a 2 per cent solution of sodium chlorid, which is applied close to the outside of the lids.

    Glaucoma A Symposium Presented at a Meeting of the Chicago Ophthalmological Society, November 17, 1913

  • Page 47: 'chlorid' corrected to 'chloride'. (zinc chloride).

    Handwork in Wood

  • Ethyl chlorid is also recommended for minor operations upon the mouth, such as removals of growths, etc.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Ethyl chlorid is also recommended for minor operations upon the mouth, such as removals of growths, etc.

    Dentistry

  • Since ethyl chlorid boils at 11° C., the tube may be held quite some distance from the field of operation, for the heat of the hand is sufficient to cause the expansion of this preparation, and to force a strong stream to be be sprayed forth.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Anesthesia by means of cold is best obtained with evaporating substances, such as ethyl chlorid chlorethyl, which finds its greatest field of usefulness in dentistry.

    Dentistry

  • Before applying ethyl chlorid, the neighbourhood of the tooth to be extracted should be protected, so that it will not be affected by this liquid.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Before applying ethyl chlorid, the neighbourhood of the tooth to be extracted should be protected, so that it will not be affected by this liquid.

    Dentistry

  • Anesthesia by means of cold is best obtained with evaporating substances, such as ethyl chlorid chlorethyl, which finds its greatest field of usefulness in dentistry.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Since ethyl chlorid boils at 11° C., the tube may be held quite some distance from the field of operation, for the heat of the hand is sufficient to cause the expansion of this preparation, and to force a strong stream to be be sprayed forth.

    Dentistry

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