Definition of Fluosilicic acid
1. Noun. An unstable poisonous corrosive acid known primarily in the form of its salts.
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Literary usage of Fluosilicic acid
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1. Inorganic chemistry by Ira Remsen (1889)
"Constitution of fluosilicic acid. — Attention has already been called to the fact that fluosilicic acid and silicic acid seem to be analogous substances, ..."
2. Qualitative Chemical Analysis: A Guide in Qualitative Work, with Data for by Albert Benjamin Prescott, Otis Coe Johnson (1901)
"... fused to a bead on the loop of platinum wire, in the clear flame of the Bunsen gas-lamp, an evanescent is imparted to the flame. §247. fluosilicic acid. ..."
3. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceC (1899)
"35-5 „ „ „ These figures show that the tartaric acid obtained by the fluosilicic acid process titrated 98*57 per cent ol purity ; it may therefore be ..."
4. Petrographic Methods: The Authorized English Translation of Part I by Ernst Weinschenk, Robert Watson Clark (1912)
"Reactions with fluosilicic acid.—The reactions with fluosilicic acid, ... A drop of pure fluosilicic acid (with silicates pure hydrofluoric acid suffices) ..."
5. A Compendium of the Course of Chemical Instruction in the Medical Department by Robert Hare (1836)
"Three atoms of fluorine, equivalent 54, and one atom of boron, equivalent 11, form one atom of fluoboric acid, equivalent 65. Of fluosilicic acid. ..."
6. Elements of Inorganic Chemistry: Including the Applications of the Science by Thomas Graham (1858)
"... to form double fluorides, and acts upon basic metallic oxides like the following compound. FIG. 164. Fluoride of silicon, fluosilicic acid ; 77.45 or ..."
7. Elements of Chemistry: Including the Recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the by Edward Turner (1835)
"fluosilicic acid.—This gas is formed whenever hydrofluoric and silicic acids come ... Water acts powerfully on fluosilicic acid gas, of which it condense«, ..."