Definition of Formals

1. Noun. (plural of formal) ¹



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Definition of Formals

1. formal [n] - See also: formal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Formals

formalities
formality
formalizability
formalizable
formalization
formalizations
formalize
formalized
formalizer
formalizers
formalizes
formalizing
formally
formalness
formalnesses
formals (current term)
formalwear
formamidase
formamide
formamides
formamidopyridine-DNA glycosylase
formant
formants
format
formate
formate-NADP oxidoreductase
formate-tetrahydrofolate ligase
formate dehydrogenases
formate hydrogen lyase
formated

Literary usage of Formals

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1. The Medical student's manual of chemistry by Rudolph August Witthaus (1906)
"CH\OR', and the formals the structure: CH2\OR', m which R' represents an alkyl. The acetals are produced by oxidation of the alcohols by Mn02 and H2SO4. ..."

2. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"formals. — Mannite, for example, when heated with equal parts of 40 per cent ... Of greater value than the formals and acetals for separation and ..."

3. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"Of greater value than the formals and acetals for separation and identification of the sugar alcohols are the ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1826)
"Champagne operates; flag forgetting the formals, suddenly silenced by look from female flag— gray mare. — Mem. Too much familiarity breeds contempt. ..."

5. Cumberland's British Theatre: With Remarks, Biographical & Critical. Printed by Thomas Dolby, George Damiel, D. G., G. D., John Cumberland (1826)
"Third dress, black shape-like formals.—Fourth dress, black gown.—Last dress, the livery again. COB.—Plain slate-coloured cloth shape. MRS. ..."

6. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"As in the case of the formals and acetals the reaction probably results from the withdrawal of the H from 2 hydroxyl groups of the sugar alcohol by the 0 of ..."

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