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Dammit, I knew I forgot something in the thread tags.It’s pronounced “Lead”
Hah, okay thanks. It was seriously stressing me out that this term existed and I'd never heard of it.To my knowledge it's not an actual scientific term, I was watching a YouTube video that pronounced it as poll option #1 and it was so jarring I had to pause the video and... uh, make a poll to see whether I've been wrong lo these many years.
"Sness" instead of "S N E S" still does it too but I've mostly gotten used to that one.
But if you start using "hydrocity" to describe how diluted or saturated something is and it catches on, if no further than your own labs, then I think that'd be pretty neat.