Definition of Glycerinate
1. [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]
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Literary usage of Glycerinate
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1. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1903)
"Now, chemically pure glycerin gives with lime a glycerinate of which the heat of formation is only 0-50 cal. : CaO + glycerin = glycerin . CaO + o'jo cal. ..."
2. Micro-organisms with Special Reference to the Etiology of the Infective Diseases by Karl Georg Friedrich Wilhelm Flügge, Carl Flügge (1890)
"glycerinate of lime gives, when fermented by longish ... formula (C2H3 (OH),, COO)2Ca (glycerinate of lime) = (CH3 COO)aCa (acetate of lime) +2 CO3 +2 H,. ..."
3. Chemical Technology and Analysis of Oils, Fats and Waxes by Julius Lewkowitsch (1921)
"For the details of a method whereby the glycerol is precipitated as monosodium glycerinate, the original paper must be consulted.1 Buisine 2 recommends the ..."
4. Merck's 1896 Index: An Encyclopedia for the Physician and the Pharmacist by Merck & Co, Merck & Co., New York (1896)
"Sample copy sent free on application to Merck & Co., Publishing Department, P. 0. Box 2649, New York. Aluminum Aceto-glycerinate Merck.cv—oz. .30 ..."
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