Definition of Denitrates
1. denitrate [v] - See also: denitrate
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Literary usage of Denitrates
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1. Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition by Edward Henry Knight (1880)
"... issuing from the pyrites furnaces, denitrates acid from the Gay Lussac tower at a temperature of 200° without formation of nitrogen or its monoxide. ..."
2. The Journal of the Society of Chemical Industry by Society of Chemical Industry (1884)
"The upper part denitrates, the lower part boils down, and the reaction in the tower is represented by— SO, ..."
3. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1905)
"Two towers can be placed one above the other, the burner gas passing from the lower to the upper tower. The upper tower denitrates the nitrous vitriol and ..."
4. Elements of Inorganic Chemistry: Including the Applications of the Science by Thomas Graham (1858)
"Thi denitrates the sulphuric acid, much sulphurous acid becoming sulphuric peroxide of nitrogen being liberated in the state of vapour. ..."
5. General Chemistry for Colleges by Alexander Smith (1921)
"Treatment with an alkali " denitrates " the threads, restoring the composition to that of the original cotton. The product, one of the forms of artificial ..."
6. Chemical Technology; Or, Chemistry in Its Applications to the Arts and by Edmund Ronalds, Thomas Richardson, Henry Watts, Friedrich Ludwig Knapp (1863)
"... following the course of the arrows, along with a jet of steam admitted at 0", denitrates the nitrous sulphuric acid, in the manner already explained. ..."
7. A Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Collateral Sciences by Richard Dennis Hoblyn (1865)
"... this substance, after being charged with nitrous vapours or nitric acid, is exposed to sulphurous acid; this exposure denitrates the sulphuric acid, ..."