a colorless corrosive gas, HF, the anhydride of hydrofluoric acid, used chiefly as a catalyst and in the fluorination of hydrocarbons.
a colourless poisonous corrosive gas or liquid made by reaction between calcium fluoride and sulphuric acid: used as a fluorinating agent and catalyst. Formula: HF
an aqueous solution of hydrogen fluoride; hydrofluoric acid
A corrosive compound that exists as a colorless, fuming liquid or a highly soluble gas. Hydrogen fluoride is used as a reagent, catalyst, and fluorinating agent, in the refining of uranium, and in making many fluorine compounds. An aqueous solution of hydrogen fluoride is called hydrofluoric acid. Chemical formula: HF.
noun 1. a colorless gas, HI, having a suffocating odor: the anhydride of hydriodic acid. noun 1. a colourless poisonous corrosive gas obtained by a catalysed reaction between hydrogen and iodine vapour: used in making iodides. Formula: HI 2. an aqueous solution of this gas; hydriodic acid
noun 1. ionized hydrogen of the form H + , found in aqueous solutions of all acids. noun 1. an ionized hydrogen atom, occurring in plasmas and in aqueous solutions of acids, in which it is solvated by one or more water molecules; proton. Formula: H+ 2. an ionized hydrogen molecule; hydrogen molecular ion. Formula: […]
[hahy-druh-juh-nahyz, hahy-droj-uh-] /ˈhaɪ drə dʒəˌnaɪz, haɪˈdrɒdʒ ə-/ verb (used with object), hydrogenized, hydrogenizing. 1. . /ˈhaɪdrədʒɪˌnaɪz; haɪˈdrɒdʒɪˌnaɪz/ verb 1. variants of hydrogenate
[hahy-droh-juh-nol-uh-sis] /ˌhaɪ droʊ dʒəˈnɒl ə sɪs/ noun, plural hydrogenolyses [hahy-droh-juh-nol-uh-seez] /ˌhaɪ droʊ dʒəˈnɒl əˌsiz/ (Show IPA) 1. decomposition of a compound resulting from its interaction with . /ˌhaɪdrəʊdʒɪˈnɒlɪsɪs/ noun 1. a chemical reaction in which a compound is decomposed by hydrogen