compounds

[ adjective kom-pound, kom-pound; noun kom-pound; verb kuhm-pound, kom-pound ]SEE DEFINITION OF compounds

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And of late years a number of other compounds, such as Butyric Acid, and others, have been added to the list.

"Yes, madame, this gray powder—tell us its compounds," said Croustillac.

The food which nourishes the body is composed of the same elements and compounds.

What metals and compounds studied are prepared by electrolysis?

Carbon and hydrogen combine to form a large number of compounds.

These two compounds are gases and are formed in the distillation of wood and bones.

Only a few of the compounds of strontium have any commercial applications.

The compounds formed by the oxidation of any element are called oxides.

Its properties will be discussed in detail in the chapter on the compounds of carbon.

The elements of the group are univalent in their compounds with hydrogen and the metals.