hy·drox·ide /haɪˈdrɑkˌsaɪd/ 名詞
Hy·drox·ide n. Chem. A hydrate; a substance containing hydrogen and oxygen, made by combining water with an oxide, and yielding water by elimination. The hydroxides are regarded as compounds of hydroxyl, united usually with basic element or radical; as, calcium hydroxide ethyl hydroxide.
n 1: a compound of an oxide with water [syn: hydrated oxide]
2: a chemical compound containing the hydroxyl group