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Daniel Cole Jones

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What, chemically, is nitrade?
« on: 16/11/2008 09:49:52 »
Daniel Cole Jones asked the Naked Scientists:

What does nitrade refer to as used with the -ade ending?  I've seen it with potassium ammonium nitrade & titanium carbon nitrade coatings, as in metals.

Can you give me a clue so I can research this further into possible compounds found with nitrade?

Thanks!!!

What do you think?


 

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What, chemically, is nitrade?
« Reply #1 on: 16/11/2008 13:24:12 »
I think it's a typo, The potassium and ammonium compounds are probably meant to be nitrates and the coatings are titanium nitride.
 

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What, chemically, is nitrade?
« Reply #2 on: 17/11/2008 15:19:32 »
And Copper Nitrate is what a Policeman gets paid for working late.
 

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