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, carbide, bromide, chemical, oxide, ethyl, ammonia, formaldehyde, methyl, monoxide, hydroxide, hydrocarbon, dioxide, disulfide, disulfate, acetate, chloride, acetone, carbon dioxide, fulminate, sulfate, alcohol, carbonate
- The internal administration of chlorate of potash is also indicated, as this drug is excreted in the saliva. - "Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities--Head--Neck. Sixth Edition.", Alexander Miles Alexis Thomson.
- Boil the finely divided substance with about one- eighth its bulk of pure hydrochloric acid; add from time to time potassic chlorate until the solids are reduced to a straw- yellow fluid. - "Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology", W. G. Aitchison Robertson.
- For a separate estimation of the chlorine present as chloride, chlorate, and hypochlorite the method given in Sutton's Volumetric Analysis, 10th edition, page 178, should be followed. - "Chlorination of Water", Joseph Race.