Definition for hydric (2 of 3)
Definition for hydric (3 of 3)
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Lastly, Tolmatscheff, by direct experiment, has found its action to resemble closely that of hydric cyanide.
It burns with a blue colour, and is easily decomposed at 24°, splitting up into ethylic alcohol and hydric sulphide.
Hydrogen sulphide, Dihydric sulphide, Hydric sulphide; Hydrosulphuric acid.
Hydric sulphide, SH2, is a colourless transparent gas of sp.
Hydric persulphide has a great resemblance to hydric peroxide in qualities.