How to Pronounce poroids?

Correct pronunciation for the word "poroids" is [pˈɔːɹɔ͡ɪdz], [pˈɔːɹɔ‍ɪdz], [p_ˈɔː_ɹ_ɔɪ_d_z].

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"Poroids" in context

Poroids are a type of small, spongy and lightweight porous materials, primarily composed of calcium carbonate, which is a type of mineral. They have a wide range of uses, from filtration and insulation, to pharmaceutical and medical applications. Poroids are formed as a result of a chemical reaction, which occurs when a molecule of calcium carbonate is exposed to an alkaline solution. The resulting product is a unique porous material, characterised by its sponge-like appearance and highly adsorptive characteristics.

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