Definition of Benzoates

1. Noun. (plural of benzoate) ¹



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Definition of Benzoates

1. benzoate [n] - See also: benzoate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Benzoates

benzisothiazoles
benzisothiazolinone
benzisoxazole
benzisoxazoles
benznidazole
benzo
benzo(a)pyrene
benzo-
benzoapyrene
benzoapyrenes
benzoate
benzoate coenzyme A ligase
benzoate of soda
benzoate synthase
benzoated
benzoates (current term)
benzobarbital
benzocaine
benzocaines
benzoctamine
benzocyclic
benzocycloheptene
benzocycloheptenes
benzodiazepine
benzodiazepines
benzodioxol
benzodioxole
benzodithiophene
benzoflavones
benzofluorene

Literary usage of Benzoates

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1. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1860)
"B. Bodies isomeric with Naphthalin, and obtained by the dry distillation of the benzoates. LAURENT & CHANCEL. Compt. chlm. 1849, j J. pr. Chem. ..."

2. System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry by Friedrich Christian Accum (1808)
"The salts which this acid forms are called benzoates. Their properties are little known. They generally form feather-shaped oxids, and are soluble in water. ..."

3. A Course of Practical Chemistry: Arranged for the Use of Medical Students by William Odling (1865)
"benzoates. benzoates evolve the characteristic smell of benzene upon ignition, ... Perchloride of iron gives with neutral benzoates a brownish- yellow ..."

4. Chemistry for Students by Alexander William Williamson (1868)
"A series of monatomic salts homologous with the benzoates is called the ... benzoates are present in large quantities in the putrid urine of horses and cows ..."

5. A Manual of Pharmacology and Its Applications to Therapeutics and Toxicology by Torald Hermann Sollmann (1922)
"with salicylates, benzoates, tartrates. Solutions containing free organic acids deteriorate slowly. Average dose of ail quinin salĂ­s: tonic, oi Gm., ..."

6. The Elements of Experimental Chemistry by William Henry, Robert Hare (1823)
"... that the volatility of the benzoic acid renders it difficult to prevent a small quantity from escaping decomposition. Account of Several benzoates. ..."

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