Origin of aldehyde
Related formsal·de·hy·dic, adjective
Examples from the Web for aldehyde
There is no reduction if the milk, methylene blue, and aldehyde are agitated with air.
In this way the last portion of the aldehyde is absorbed, and the potash solution gradually assumes an amber colour.
An ammoniacal solution of silver nitrate is reduced by chloral; and nascent hydrogen converts it into aldehyde.
There is no reduction unless an aldehyde is added or unless some boiled extract of a tissue such as liver is added.
Aldehyde is formed to a considerable extent during the reaction.