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sodamide

[ soh-duh-mahyd ]
/ ˈsoʊ dəˌmaɪd /
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noun Chemistry.

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Origin of sodamide

First recorded in 1830–40; sod(ium) + amide
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British Dictionary definitions for sodamide

sodamide
/ (ˈsəʊdəˌmaɪd) /

noun

a white crystalline compound used as a dehydrating agent, as a chemical reagent, and in making sodium cyanide. Formula: NaNH 2Also called: sodium amide

Word Origin for sodamide

C19: from sod (ium) + amide
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