- hydriodic acid,
Origin of hydride
Examples from the Web for hydride
The light oil contains the most hydride of benzoyl, and the heavy oil the most benzoin.
Water resolves it into hydride of ethyl, and other products.
The experiments have been made with the vapors of two very volatile liquids, namely, sulphuric ether and hydride of amyl.
Or let it be hydride of amyl, of the same length, and at a pressure of 6.6 inches.
It forms a hydride, BH3, and combines directly with the elements of the chlorine family.An Elementary Study of Chemistry|William McPherson