The use of chloride of zinc is practically essential in this case.
They walked him between them back to the door and chloride and Sinclair went in.
The engine must be worked an hour longer with the chloride of lime, to promote its uniform operation upon the rags.
The chloride is very poisonous, and is known as corrosive sublimate.
chloride of silver is obtained by adding muriatic acid, or any soluble muriate, to a solution of nitrate of silver.
Antimony acts as a trivalent element in the formation of a chloride.
Heated in air it yields a mixture of ferric oxide and chloride, and in steam magnetic oxide, hydrochloric acid, and hydrogen.
How could you distinguish between a chloride, a bromide, and an iodide?
Each carcase before burial to have been well sprinkled with chloride of lime.
The most familiar ferric salts are the chloride and the sulphate.
chloride chlo·ride (klôr'īd')
A binary compound of chlorine.