alkalide


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alkalide

[′al·kə‚līd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A member of a class of crystalline salts with an alkali metal atom.
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This is because it uses large quantities of acids, alkalides, cyanide and paint in its work.
The company uses large amounts of acids, alkalides and paint in its work and, because of the quantities, is now required to comply with the tough control of major accident hazard regulations, known as Comah.