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see halogenhalogen
[Gr.,=salt-bearing], any of the chemically active elements found in Group 17 of the periodic table; the name applies especially to fluorine (symbol F), chlorine (Cl), bromine (Br), and iodine (I).
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halide

[′ha‚līd]
(chemistry)
A compound of the type MX, where X is fluorine, chlorine, iodine, bromine, or astatine, and M is another element or organic radical.
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where [R.sup.-1.sub.cto] and [R.sup.-1.sub.ct] are the reciprocals of charge transfer resistance of glassy alloy in absence and the presence of [10.sup.-4]M of the inhibitors at each studied temperature respectively, at absent and presence of halide ions.
The presence of halide ions in the corrosive medium containing benzaldehyd thiosemicarbazone compounds inhibited the corrosion of iron base glassy alloy.
On the basis of heat of adsorption, activation energy and the experimentally observed increase in inhibition at low temperatures, a physisorption process is proposed for both benzaldehyde thiosemicarbasozone compounds and halide ions.
Solomon, "Effect of halide ions additives on the corrosion inhibition of aluminum in HCl by polyacrylamide," The Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, vol.
Refaey, "Passivation and pitting corrosion of tin in gluconate solutions and the effect of halide ions," Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, vol.
The aim of this study is to examine the effect of halide ions on nickel in perchloric acid medium.
Three salts--KCl, KBr, and KI--were used to introduce the halide ions in solutions.
The inhibitive action of these halide ions could be ascribed to their chemical adsorption on the surface of nickel.
Therefore the effects of halide ions were lesser than on the mechanically polished nickel where it is easier for the halide ions to adsorb due to the active sites on the nickel surface.
Electrochemical behaviour of nickel anode in H2SO4 solutions and the effect of halide ions. Mat.
The influence of halide ions on the anodic behavior of nickel in borate solutions.