Definition of Prussiates
1. prussiate [n] - See also: prussiate
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Literary usage of Prussiates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Abstracts of the Papers Printed in the Philosophical Transactions of the by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1832)
"On the Nature of the Salts termed triple Prussiates, and on Acids formed by the union of certain Bodies with the Elements of the Prussic Acid. ..."
2. The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal by Royal Society of Edinburgh, Wernerian Natural History Society, David Brewster, Robert Jameson (1821)
"BERZELIUS has lately been engaged in examining the ferruginous and the sulphuretted Prussiates, the composition of which has for some time past ..."
3. System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry by Friedrich Christian Accum (1808)
"All the metallic prussiates are insoluble, except prussiate of mercury and ... The triple prussiates are the salts which have been most particularly ..."
4. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1893)
"... OF THE Prussiates. BY WALTER D. FIELD. Received October 14, 1893. IN many branches technical literature is very incomplete. ..."
5. The Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Manufactures ...: Embracing in All by James Smith (1859)
"It exists in milk, and some other animal products, also in wheat. In Spain it has been found abundantly in the fossil state. Prussiates. ..."