Meaning of CHLORIDE in English

CHLORIDE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

sodium chloride

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

calcium

Other co-products include calcium chloride , with applications ranging from the oil and chemical industries to dust-laying in coal mines.

The use of calcium chloride must be discouraged because of the potential for serious burns in the infusion area.

These ores were deposited from basinal brines rich in calcium chloride .

Here, too, metal reinforcements set in the concrete have rusted because the concrete contained too much calcium chloride .

And anyway, the calcium chloride was the most favoured.

ion

What is important is that all the chlorine in the VOCs ends up as chloride ion rather than other potentially hazardous chlorinated compounds.

More recent evidence suggests that there is cotransport of sodium, potassium, and two chloride ions together at this site.

Burgmayer and Murray then used this membrane to separate two solutions containing negatively charged chloride ions .

Both sodium and chloride ions are in six-coordination.

At the same time the enterotoxin also promotes a net secretion of chloride ions into the gut lumen from the epithelial cells.

When there are no chloride ions left in the specimen to react, the end-point is reached.

The membrane starts off positively charged, and chloride ions can pass through easily.

Some of the excess chloride ions in the lumen are exchanged for bicarbonate ions at the surface of the epithelium.

polyvinyl

The current debate in the packaging industry concerns the environmental effects of polyvinyl chloride .

potassium

Inorganic salts such as sodium chloride , potassium chloride and potassium iodide form eutectic mixtures with water.

In the future, many salty foods will use mixtures of potassium chloride to redress the balance.

In his car-it looks like a Passat-he has cylinders of carbon monoxide and bottles of potassium chloride .

He drives around Michigan with bottles of potassium chloride and cylinders of carbon monoxide.

sodium

Inorganic salts such as sodium chloride , potassium chloride and potassium iodide form eutectic mixtures with water.

After washing the resin with ammonia free water, sodium chloride is used to elute the ammonium ion from the resin.

The cycle can be used to determine the lattice enthalpy of sodium chloride .

Appropriate management of the volume excess should include sodium chloride restriction.

In electrolysis you attach a battery to two metal electrodes which are dipped into a sodium chloride solution.

One of the simplest is an ionic crystal like sodium chloride , the first mineral analyzed after the discovery of x-ray diffraction.

Salt Sodium chloride is found naturally in many foods and is essential for a healthy body.

Because it costs more than sodium chloride , it is not used much for roads.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Appropriate management of the volume excess should include sodium chloride restriction.

In the plasma, the bicarbonate concentration comprises the second largest anion fraction, with chloride being the largest anion fraction.

Inorganic salts such as sodium chloride , potassium chloride and potassium iodide form eutectic mixtures with water.

It can be readily seen that sodium is the principal extracellular cation and that chloride and bicarbonate are the principal extracellular anions.

Other co-products include calcium chloride , with applications ranging from the oil and chemical industries to dust-laying in coal mines.

Pancreatic juice for example contains a high concentration of sodium ions, and variable concentrations of chloride and bicarbonate ions.

The use of calcium chloride must be discouraged because of the potential for serious burns in the infusion area.

Where these materials have to be cleaned methylene chloride is the only chemical option once items are soiled.

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