Definition of Fluates
1. Noun. (plural of fluate) ¹
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Definition of Fluates
1. fluate [n] - See also: fluate
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Literary usage of Fluates
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1. System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry by Friedrich Christian Accum (1808)
"fluates may be decomposed by the affusion of dense sulphuric acid; but not by heat, ... The fluates of lime possess particularly this last property ; those ..."
2. Elements of Chemistry: In the Order of the Lectures Given in Yale College by Benjamin Silliman (1830)
"fluates of alkalies and alkaline earths not decomposed by heat, even when aided by ... The neutral fluates with fixed bases, fusible at high temperatures, ..."
3. Elements of Chemistry: In which the Recent Discoveries in the Science are by John Lee Comstock (1835)
"Besides the constituents of this salt placed at the head of this section,, borax contains 8 atoms, or 72 parts of water of crystallization. fluates. ..."
4. Elements of Chemistry ...: Designed for the Use of Schools and Academies by John Lee Comstock (1831)
"Besides the constituents of this salt placed at the head of this section, borax contains 8 atoms, or 72 parts of water of crystallization. fluates. ..."
5. Elements of Chemistry by Edward Turner (1828)
"The neutral fluates of fixed bases are fusible at a high temperature, and most of those ... For an account of the other fluates, I may refer to the essay of ..."
6. A Compendium of the Course of Chemical Instruction in the Medical Department by Robert Hare (1828)
"... fluates, AND FLUO-BORATES. Among these compounds, there are few which I deem it expedient to notice. The ferro-cyanate of potash, and the bi-borate of ..."
7. The Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, E W Brayley (1822)
"Effects of Boracic Acid on the Acidulous fluates of Potash, fyc. Dr. Zeise being engaged in some experiments on the fluoboric acid, ..."