- of or containing barium.
Origin of baric1
- of or relating to weight, especially that of the atmosphere.
Origin of baric2
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Examples from the Web for baric
Back stateside, the Kenyan woman is “is as happy as can be to be free,” Baric says.The Princess & the Peon: Saudi Royal’s Slave Labor Charges
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Baric seleniate may be also decomposed in a similar manner, and this reaction distinguishes it from baric sulphate.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
A rat-poison may be met with composed of baric carbonate, sugar, and oatmeal, flavoured with a little oil of aniseed and caraway.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection
Alexander Wynter Blyth
It should be prepared when wanted by precipitating a solution of baric chloride with ammonic carbonate and washing.
There is then added a few drops of a dilute solution of baric chloride, and the solution is allowed to stand for some hours.
It is separated by fusing the ore with potassic nitrate, extracting with water and precipitating with baric chloride.
- of or containing barium
- of or concerned with weight, esp that of the atmosphere as indicated by barometric pressure
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