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  • A halide is a binary compound, of which one part is a halogen atom and the other part is an element or radical that is less electronegative than the halogen, to make a fluoride, chloride, bromide, iodide, or astatide compound.
  • A halide ion is a halogen atom bearing a negative charge. The halide anions are fluoride (F−), chloride (Cl−), bromide (Br−), iodide (I−) and astatide (At−). Such ions are present in all ionic halide salts.
  • In organic chemistry halides represent a functional group. Any organic compound that contains a halogen atom can be considered a halide. Alkyl halides are organic compounds of the type R-X, containing an alkyl group R covalently bonded to a halogen X.
  • Dihalides are commonly used in the synthesis of cyclic alkanes.
  • The typical halide mineral is soft, can be transparent, is generally not very dense, has good cleavage, and often has bright colors.
  • Metal halides are used in high-intensity discharge lamps called metal halide lamps, such as those used in modern street lights. These are more energy-efficient than mercury-vapor lamps, and have much better colour rendition than orange high-pressure sodium lamps.
  • Metal halide lamps are also commonly used in greenhouses or in rainy climates to supplement natural sunlight.
  • Of all the lamps in the high-intensity discharge (HID) family, the metal halide family of lamps
    has the brightest future. These lamps offer much higher efficiency than mercury vapor lamps
    and better light quality than either mercury or sodium lamps.
  • Metal halide sales have increased at an average rate of 15% each year.
  • The number of prints being produced on silver halide paper from film and digital imaging devices will rise from 135 billion in 2000 to 142 billion in 2008.
  • The growth of silver halide based photography papers, silver usage for these products should rise from 46.0 million troy ounces in 2000 to 60.1 million troy ounces in 2008.
  • Demand for X-ray films, which represent the largest usage segment for silver halide, are continuing to grow, despite
    the emergence of sophisticated digital X-ray technology.
  • About acid halides
  • Alkyl halides
  • Information about alkyl halides
  • Chemical compounds-halides
  • The halides class
  • Halogeno derivatives
  • Halides: minerals with halogen anions
  • About halide
  • Photo promoted Carbonylation of Alkyl Halides Under Ambient Conditions
  • Superconductivity in Layered Structures of Rare-Earth Carbide Halides
  • Catalytic hydrodehalogenation of aryl halides
  • Halide Dependence of the Halorhodopsin Photocycle as Measured by Time-Resolved Infrared Spectra
  • Optical properties of alkali halide and thallium halide single crystals
  • The reaction of halides with pulsed cytochrome bo from Escherichia coli
  • Alkyl Halide Reactions
  • Solubility of Halides and Chalcogenides
  • Transport processes in metal halide gas discharge lamps
  • The Influence of Halide and Pseudo-Halide Antioxidants in Fenton-Like Reaction Systems
  • Cartinine Nitrile Halide Preparation
  • Manufacturing Process for silver halide Photographic Emulsion
  • Metal Halides Production in Fluid Bed
  • Methyl Halide Process
  • Method for recovering Hydrocarbons from Molten Metal Halides
  • Photographic print out silver Halide Process
  • Process for halide Preparation
  • Silver halide Photographic Material


  • High Intensity Discharge Lighting Technology
  • Metal Halide - Advances & Improvements
  • Applications of Gold Chemistry in Imaging Technology
  • Low Wattage Ceramic Metal Halide Lamp
  • ROV Lighting with Metal Halide
Products and Applications
  • BriteSpotTM ES50
  • HMIŽ metal halide lamps
  • Pulse-Start Metal Halide Lamps
  • Metal halide: standard choice for many high/low bay applications
  • Commercial and Industrial Metal Halide Lighting Applications
  • Lighting: HID Versus Fluorescent for High-Bay Lighting
  • Use of organoboron halides in organic synthesis

Project and Consultants

  • Biodegradation of Adsorbable Organic Halides (AOX) Using A Sequencing Batch Biofilm Reactor
  • Prevention of early switching life failure of Metal Halide and other HID lamp- Invention of Dragon Kink effect
  • Consultant in Wilmington
  • Consultant from New York
  • Alkyl Halide Experts

Market and Report

  • Metal Halide Technology: Brightest White light Source Ever Developed
  • The Global Silver Halide Photographic Market
  • Best Practices for Metal halide lighting systems, Plus questions and answers about lamp ruptures Metal Halide Lighting Systems
  • Design Guidelines for a Copper Halide Laser
  • Metal Halide Hits the Trail with Bright Light, Low Wattage
  • Bombardment Induced Electron-Capture Processes at Sodium Halide Surfaces
  • The Silver Halide Imaging Symposium

Company Profiles and Suppliers

  • Company in Gujarat
  • Company in Pune
  • Chemical Manufacturing company profile
  • Halides Chemicals Pvt Ltd
  • Honest Joy Holdings Limited
  • Organic Halides Suppliers
  • Alkyl Halides Worldwide Suppliers

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