baryta (def 2).
By warming with alkalies or barium hydroxide, rhamnose is colored yellow.
Some Constituents of the Poison Ivy Plant: (Rhus Toxicodendron) William Anderson Syme
It has a strong affinity for water, and combines with it in the evolution of lead and the formation of barium hydroxide (Ba(OH)2).
The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 3 Various
Could barium hydroxide be used in place of calcium hydroxide in testing for carbon dioxide?
An Elementary Study of Chemistry William McPherson
a white poisonous crystalline solid, used in the manufacture of organic compounds and in the preparation of beet sugar. Formula: Ba(OH)2 Also called baryta
barium hydroxide n.
A water soluble base used as a chemical reagent.
- Barium meal
noun a preparation of barium sulphate, which is opaque to X-rays, swallowed by a patient before X-ray examination of the upper part of the alimentary canal
baryta (def 1). Also called calcined baryta, barium oxide, barium monoxide, barium protoxide. a white or yellowish-white poisonous solid, BaO, highly reactive with water: used chiefly as a dehydrating agent and in the manufacture of glass. Also called caustic baryta, barium hydroxide, barium hydrate. the hydroxide, hydrated form of this compound, Ba(OH) 2 ⋅8H 2 […]
- Barium oxide
baryta (def 1). Historical Examples barium oxide is not often used and soda cannot be used in raw glazes because there is no convenient substance which contains it. The Potter’s Craft Charles F. Binns By digesting caustic baryta, or barium oxide, with a little water, or igniting gently the crystallised hydrate. Cooley’s Cyclopdia of Practical […]
- Barium stearate
a white, crystalline, water-insoluble solid, Ba(C 18 H 35 O 2) 2 , used chiefly as a waterproofing agent and as a lubricant.