chemical (part of speech: noun)
peroxide, chromate, bicarbonate, iodide, hydrate, hydride, ether, bisulfate, borax, salt, fluoride, nitrate, citrate, bisulfide, nitride, sulfide, borate, silicate, tetroxide, lactate, cyanide, ketone, benzoate, phosphate, carbon dioxide, bromide, chlorate, oxide, ethyl, ammonia, formaldehyde, methyl, monoxide, hydroxide, hydrocarbon, dioxide, disulfide, disulfate, acetate, chloride, acetone, carbonate, fulminate, sulfate, alcohol, chemical
- " Carbide all used up," explained Sir Lionel. - "Set in Silver", Charles Norris Williamson and Alice Muriel Williamson.
- 974- 1. It shall be lawful to use acetylene gas in lamps in mines subject to the following conditions and restrictions: First, no person or persons shall take into a mine a greater quantity of calcium carbide than will be a reasonable supply for his own lamp for one day's work. - "Mining Laws of Ohio, 1921", Anonymous.
- There were also the boys' sweaters,- Radcliffe, of course, had his woolen uniform,- and to cap the climax, a ball of twine and the Ranger's pet lamp, with its tin of carbide powder. - "Unexplored!", Allen Chaffee.