Water resolves it into hydride of ethyl, and other products.
The gas is absorbed by the metal, forming the hydride (CaH2).
It forms a hydride, BH3, and combines directly with the elements of the chlorine family.
The light oil contains the most hydride of benzoyl, and the heavy oil the most benzoin.
The experiments have been made with the vapors of two very volatile liquids, namely, sulphuric ether and hydride of amyl.
Salicylol, Hydrosalicylic acid, hydride of salicyl, Artificial oil of meadow-sweet.
I'm damn glad we've got plenty of stuff in our Op field and plenty of hydride for the engines.
Or let it be hydride of amyl, of the same length, and at a pressure of 6.6 inches.
The contents of the stomach were acid, and yielded, on distillation, hydride of benzole and hydric cyanide.
hydride hy·dride (hī'drīd')
A compound of hydrogen with another, more electropositive element or group.