basic oxide


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basic oxide

[′bā·sik ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A metallic oxide that is a base, or that forms a hydroxide when combined with water, such as sodium oxide to sodium hydroxide.
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With reference to the oxide solubilities [22], the NiO and FeO are basic oxides and [Cr.
The exchange reactions may take place between the basic and amphoteric oxides since the acid oxides can form with the basic oxides the same complex compounds which are difficult to disrupt (4), (5).
Key statement: The invention concerns a process for the extraction of acid or basic oxides contained in a vegetable matter, more specifically it concerns the extraction of silica from rice husks.

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