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Is iodine a halide?

Iodine is a halogen, not a halide.


Can A 70 watt metal halide bulb be replaced with A 150 watt halide bulb?

No. A 70 Watt metal halide bulb can not be replaced with a 150 Watt halide bulb.


What is a halide ion?

A halide ion is a hydrogen atom with a negative charge.


What is the third halide?

halide is a formed small group of mineral.


Is halide atom larger than the halide ion?

Yes


What is the difference between an HQI metal halide lamp and a regular metal halide lamp?

An HQI metal halide lamp belongs to the family of metal halide HID lamps. Hydrargyum quartz iodide (HQI) lamps differ from standard metal halide lamps in that they are often smaller and are offered in double ended versions and require a special socket. The gasses and metal halide salts used in HQI and standard metal halide lamps are the same.


Will a hps luminaire run a metal halide lamp?

Yes the ballast and starter are the same you can run halide in hps, but not hps in halide.


Which light is brighter Metal Halide or mercury Vapor?

Between Metal Halide and Mercury Vapor the higher output is emitted from the Metal Halide lamp.


Minerals of the halide group have?

Minerals of the halide group have principal anions called halogens. Examples of halide minerals are fluorite, halite, chiolite, jarlite and lawrencite.


What is a metal halide compound?

Common table salt NaCl is a metal halide.


Are halide salts soluble in water?

Yes, halide salts are soluble in water.


Why is silver nitrate added to halide salts?

To form an insoluble silver halide.


When was Halide Nusret Zorlutuna born?

Halide Nusret Zorlutuna was born in 1901.


When did Halide Nusret Zorlutuna die?

Halide Nusret Zorlutuna died in 1984.


When was Halide Edip Adฤฑvar born?

Halide Edip Adıvar was born in 1884.


What element is in the halide group and is the only liquid?

the only liquid halide is bromine


Can you use a 400W high pressure sodium bulb in a metal halide ballast?

No,you cant. you can run metal halide bulbs in hps but not hps in metal halide. they have to be same wattage. i.e.- 250 halide in 250 watt hps ballast..


Can you run a 50 watt halide bulb on a 100 watt halide ballast?

Yes.


What is the reaction between alcoholic KOH and alkyl halide?

When alc. KOH react with alkyle halide it for Alkene, KX (X Is stande for halide) and water. And this reaction also called Dehydrohalogenation...


Can a 250 watt metal halide lamp be used on a 400 watt metal halide ballast?

No


When did Halide Edip Adฤฑvar die?

Halide Edip Adıvar died on 1964-01-09.


When was Halide Edip Adivar born?

Halide Edip Adivar was born in 1882, in Istanbul, Turkey.


When did Halide Piskin die?

Halide Piskin died on November 1, 1959, in Istanbul, Turkey.


Why does metal halide light flicker?

Metal Halide can flicker when warming up cause it is starting to get hot inside. Or Metal Halide can flicker when it is about to burn out. Sometimes they even cycle.


What are the minerals of the halide group?

The elements commonly found in halide minerals are fluorine, chlorine, iodine and bromine.

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