[suhb-klawr-ahyd, -id, -klohr-]
Origin of subchloride
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Should the subchloride again become chloride, it would be able to attack the silver afresh.The Preservation of Antiquities
Calomel (Subchloride or Chloride of Mercury) is a heavy white powder, which is usually regarded as a safe medicine.Memoranda on Poisons
Thomas Hawkes Tanner
Salt green, that is mentioned here, was a mixture of verdigris and subchloride of copper.Illumination and its Development in the Present Day
Subacetate of Copper, Subchloride, and Carbonate, all act very similarly to the sulphate when given in large doses.
Ointment of Subchloride of Mercury (Unguentum hydrargyri subchloridi).
- a chloride of an element that contains less chlorine than its common chloride