[hahy-drahyd, -drid] /ˈhaɪ draɪd, -drɪd/
a binary compound formed by hydrogen and another, usually more electropositive, element or group, as sodium hydride, NaH, or methyl hydride, CH 4 .
any compound of hydrogen with another element, including ionic compounds such as sodium hydride (NaH), covalent compounds such as borane (B2H6), and the transition metal hydrides formed when certain metals, such as palladium, absorb hydrogen
hydride hy·dride (hī’drīd’)
A compound of hydrogen with another, more electropositive element or group.
A compound of hydrogen with another element or radical.
[hahy-dree-od-ik] /ˌhaɪ driˈɒd ɪk/ adjective 1. of or derived from .
[hahy-dril-uh] /haɪˈdrɪl ə/ noun 1. a submerged aquatic plant, Hydrilla verticillata, native to the Old World, that has become a pest weed in U.S. lakes and waterways. /haɪˈdrɪlə/ noun 1. any aquatic plant of the Eurasian genus Hydrilla, growing underwater and forming large masses: used as an oxygenator in aquaria and pools. It was introduced […]
noun 1. a colorless corrosive liquid, HI, an aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide. /ˌhaɪdrɪˈɒdɪk/ noun 1. the colourless or pale yellow aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide: a strong acid
[hahy-droh] /ˈhaɪ droʊ/ noun, plural hydros for 2, 3. 1. Informal. hydroelectric power. 2. Informal. . 3. British. adjective 4. Informal. of, relating to, or furnishing water, water power, or hydroelectricity: funds for new hydro projects. 1. a combining form meaning “water,” used in the formation of compound words: hydroplane; hydrogen. 1. a combining form […]