deuteride

[doo-tuh-rahyd, -ter-id, dyoo-]
noun Chemistry.
a hydride in which deuterium takes the place of ordinary hydrogen.

Origin:
deuter(ium) + -ide

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deuteride (ˈdjuːtəˌraɪd)
 
n
a compound of deuterium with some other element. It is analogous to a hydride

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The fusion fuel is usually lithium combined with deuterium, called lithium deuteride.
In particular, they are studying the use of uranium deuteride.
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