aurochloride etymology

English word aurochloride comes from English chloride, English auro- ((chemistry, mineralogy) gold. Relating to noise.)

Detailed word origin of aurochloride

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
chloride English (eng) (chemistry) any salt of hydrochloric acid, such as sodium chloride, or any binary compound of chlorine and another element or radical.
auro- English (eng) (chemistry, mineralogy) gold. Relating to noise.
aurochloride English (eng) (inorganic chemistry, countable) Any salt containing this anion.. (inorganic compound, uncountable) The complex anion, AuCl4-, produced when gold is dissolved in aqua regia.

Words with the same origin as aurochloride

Descendants of chloride
chloridaemia chloridate chloridic chloridise chloridize hypochloridaemia
Descendants of auro-
aurification aurify aurocephalous aurocyanide auropalpebral auropalpebral reflex aurophobia aurotherapy aurothiomalate aurous aurous oxide