When heated to low redness it decomposes into free iodine and phosphide of boron, BP.
A phosphide, PCr, is known; it burns in oxygen forming the phosphate.
A phosphide, Cu3P2, is formed by passing phosphoretted hydrogen over heated cuprous chloride.
From phosphide of calcium and dilute hydrochloric acid, as above; or simply from the phosphide thrown into the water.
If the materials contain phosphorous acid, a precipitate of phosphide of silver is formed which should be collected and washed.
It is directly combined with the metal, forming a phosphide.
The nickel is added to part of the copper and the phosphide of tungsten, then the zinc, and then the rest of the copper.
A brownish substance, supposed to be a mere mechanical mixture of phosphide and phosphate of calcium.
The flask containing the phosphide of calcium and water, and placed in a water-bath heated to 140 Fah.
phosphide phos·phide (fŏs'fīd') or phos·phid (-fĭd)
A compound of phosphorus and a more electropositive element or radical.