Hydracid

• (n.) An acid containing hydrogen; -- sometimes applied to distinguish acids like hydrochloric, hydrofluoric, and the like, which contain no oxygen, from the oxygen acids or oxacids. See Acid.
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Hydracid

Hy·drac'id noun [ Hydr- + acid : confer French hydracide .] (Chemistry) An acid containing hydrogen; -- sometimes applied to distinguish acids like hydrochloric, hydrofluoric, and the like, which contain no oxygen, from the oxygen acids or oxacids. See Acid .
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hydracid

hydracid A term applied to an acid containing hydrogen, to distinguish it from an oxyacid, or oxacid, containing oxygen; now, especially, to the halogen acids, or simple compounds of hydrogen with chlorine, bromine, iodine, fluorine, or cyanogen.
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