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An oxide containing a relatively small amount of oxygen.
(Chemistry) an oxide of an element containing less oxygen than the common oxide formed by the element: carbon suboxide, C2O3.
sub•ox•ide (sʌbˈɒk saɪd, -sɪd)
the oxide of an element that contains the smallest proportion of oxygen.
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1] shows ration between Ti-O and T=O, oxides and suboxides
During this period and up to about 200[degrees]C oxygen dissolves in metal and the so-called suboxides
Within the limits of the concentration range of the solid solutions, oxygen and titanium form compounds with the ordered structure, the so-called suboxides