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nitride

a compound of nitrogen with a more electropositive element, for example magnesium nitride, Mg3N2

nitride

[′nī‚trīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Compound of nitrogen and a metal, such as Mg3N2.
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In addition, there would be little change in the production cost for nitride steel as it can be produced at existing facilities.
1 micron, a surface alloy consisting of steel, chrome and chrome nitride will be formed.
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