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Chemical compound between carbon and a less electronegative element.
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Chemical compound between carbon and a less electronegative element. There are two types of carbides: ionic carbides (salt-like superbases that react with water and evolve hydrocarbons), and covalent carbides (unreactive, insoluble, usually very hard and refractory compounds).
  
 
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Latest revision as of 10:13, 31 July 2017

Chemical compound between carbon and a less electronegative element. There are two types of carbides: ionic carbides (salt-like superbases that react with water and evolve hydrocarbons), and covalent carbides (unreactive, insoluble, usually very hard and refractory compounds).

Pages in category "Carbides"

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