Definition of Formates
1. Verb. (simple past of forlese) ¹
2. Verb. (third-person singular of formate) ¹
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Definition of Formates
1. formate [n] - See also: formate
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Literary usage of Formates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1891)
"The Electrolysis of Metallic formates. By Hill Sloane Warwick. ... T"lie facility with which many metallic formates could be reduced to the metallic state ..."
2. Industrial Gases by Harold Cecil Greenwood (1919)
"Through the Intermediary of formates.—A number of patents relate to the production of hydrogen by the decomposition of formates, prepared from producer gas ..."
3. Manual of cyanidation by Edward Montague Hamilton (1920)
"Estimation of formates.—The presence of formates in a cyanide solution is usually taken as a measure of the amount of ammonia and ammonium compounds formed ..."
4. The Properties of Electrically Conducting Systems: Including Electrolytes by Charles August Kraus (1922)
"It appears probable, therefore, that solutions of the formates in formic acid do not constitute an exception to the well-known behavior of strong ..."
5. Catalysis in Organic Chemistryby Paul Sabatier by Paul Sabatier (1922)
"However, it has led to some remarkable results, such as the reduction of carbonates to formates. 574. Reduction without Addition of Hydrogen. ..."
6. Chemical Abstracts by American Chemical Society (1916)
"Having noticed that the formates of most rare earths evolve the odor of HCHO when subjected to dry distn., H. and S. heated various formates, ..."
7. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1884)
"THE formates. 186 Formic acid yields a series of salts, all of which are soluble in water, and most of which crystallize well. ..."
8. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1869)
"These salts may for themost part be regarded either as analogous to the formates (MHG'O2), and represented by the formule ..."