[nahy-trahyd, -trid] /ˈnaɪ traɪd, -trɪd/

noun, Chemistry.
a compound, containing two elements only, of which the more electronegative one is nitrogen.
a compound of nitrogen with a more electropositive element, for example magnesium nitride, Mg3N2

nitride ni·tride (nī’trīd’)
A compound containing nitrogen with another more electropositive element, such as phosphorus or a metal.


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