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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Evaluation of the basicity of oxides taking into account differences in the affinity of acid and basic oxides, in: Advanced methods of welding, new materials and constructions in welding production, 1979, No.
Instead I focused on the application of basic oxides as a stain to the bisqued work.
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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