Berthollide compound

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A solid compound with slight variations in chemical composition (see nonstoichiometric compound). Berthollide compounds are named after the French inorganic chemist Claude Louis Berthollet (1748–1822), who attacked the law of constant composition.

Subjects: Chemistry.

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