Definition of Mucate

1. n. A salt of mucic acid.



Definition of Mucate

1. Noun. Any salt or ester of mucic acid ¹

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Definition of Mucate

1. a salt of mucic acid [n -S]

Medical Definition of Mucate

1. A salt of mucic acid. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mucate

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mth
mths
mu
mu's
mu-meson
mu-mesons
mu-metal
muadhdhin
muahahaha
muay
muazzin
mucal
mucamide
mucase
mucate (current term)
mucates
mucedin
mucedins
much
much(a)
much ado about nothing
much as
much less
much obliged
much of a muchness
muchacho
muchachos
muchee
muchel

Literary usage of Mucate

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1. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1862)
"From mucate of ammonia. When dry pulverised mucate of ammonia is subjected to dry ... The greater the quantity of mucate of ammonia heated at once, ..."

2. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1871)
"Acid mucate of ammonium, G8H'(NH4)0'.HJ0, prepared by neutralising 1 pt. of mucic acid with ammonia, and then adding an equal portion of the acid, ..."

3. First Outlines of a Dictionary of Solubilities of Chemical Substances by Frank Humphreys Storer (1864)
"More soluble than mucate of potash. II.) acid. Soluble in water. (SWJohnson, Cu H, ... mucate OF SOLANIN. Readily soluble in water. mucate or ..."

4. The Chemical Gazette (1847)
"A solution of mucic acid is not precipitated by sulphate of magnesia; but a solution of the mucate of ammonia produces a precipitate, the quantity of which ..."

5. The Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley (1815)
"This makes 5-26 per cent, of hydrogen, 31-9 carbon, and 62-84 oxygen. One part of mucate of lead, equivalent to 0-4833 acid, produced 0-21 water, ..."

6. Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics by Thomas Thomson (1815)
"from 105*75 to 106-87 of oxide of lead j and mucate of lead is composed o ... One part of mucate of lead, equivalent to 0-4833 acid, produced 0-21 water, ..."

7. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish Academy (1883)
"Distillation of Methylammonium mucate. This salt is also easily prepared by shaking up the ... On evaporation the mucate is obtained in anhydrous crystals. ..."

8. Hand-book of Chemistry by Leopold Gmelin, Henry Watts (1862)
"From mucate of ammonia. When dry pulverised mucate of ammonia is subjected to dry ... The greater the quantity of mucate of ammonia heated at once, ..."

9. A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences by Henry Watts (1871)
"Acid mucate of ammonium, G8H'(NH4)0'.HJ0, prepared by neutralising 1 pt. of mucic acid with ammonia, and then adding an equal portion of the acid, ..."

10. First Outlines of a Dictionary of Solubilities of Chemical Substances by Frank Humphreys Storer (1864)
"More soluble than mucate of potash. II.) acid. Soluble in water. (SWJohnson, Cu H, ... mucate OF SOLANIN. Readily soluble in water. mucate or ..."

11. The Chemical Gazette (1847)
"A solution of mucic acid is not precipitated by sulphate of magnesia; but a solution of the mucate of ammonia produces a precipitate, the quantity of which ..."

12. The Annals of Philosophy by Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley (1815)
"This makes 5-26 per cent, of hydrogen, 31-9 carbon, and 62-84 oxygen. One part of mucate of lead, equivalent to 0-4833 acid, produced 0-21 water, ..."

13. Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy, Mechanics by Thomas Thomson (1815)
"from 105*75 to 106-87 of oxide of lead j and mucate of lead is composed o ... One part of mucate of lead, equivalent to 0-4833 acid, produced 0-21 water, ..."

14. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish Academy (1883)
"Distillation of Methylammonium mucate. This salt is also easily prepared by shaking up the ... On evaporation the mucate is obtained in anhydrous crystals. ..."

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