Definition of Humate

1. Noun. Material that is high in humic acids.

Generic synonyms: Material, Stuff
Specialized synonyms: Peat, Brown Coal, Lignite, Wood Coal, Humic Shale



Definition of Humate

1. n. A salt of humic acid.

Definition of Humate

1. Noun. (chemistry) A salt of humic acid. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Humate

1. a chemical salt [n -S]

Medical Definition of Humate

1. A salt of humic acid. Origin: L. Humus the earth, ground. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Humate

humankind
humanless
humanlike
humanly
humanmade
humanness
humannesses
humanoid
humanoids
humanosphere
humans
humanzee
humanzees
humas
humate (current term)
humates
humation
humations
humberstonite
humbird
humbirds
humble
humble-bee
humble-bees
humble pie
humble plant
humblebee
humblebees
humbled

Literary usage of Humate

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1. Experimental Agriculture: Being the Results of Past, and Suggestions for by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1849)
"Composition of caustic ammonia, and of the carbonate, sulphate, muriate, phosphate, nitrate, acetate, oxalate, and humate of ..."

2. Agriculture in Some of Its Relations with Chemistry by Frank Humphreys Storer (1897)
"Sand 99 82} 66 0 Lime 0 16* 33 99 humate of lime 1 1 1 1 All of these mixtures withstood the action of water, even that of distilled water; ..."

3. Lectures on Some of the Physical Properties of Soil by Robert Warington (1900)
"To the dark-coloured solution of ammonium humate thus obtained, hydrochloric acid is cautiously'added with constant stirring till a precipitate begins to ..."

4. Lectures on Some of the Physical Properties of Soil by Robert Warington (1900)
"To the dark-coloured solution of ammonium humate thus obtained, hydrochloric acid is cautiously added with constant stirring till a precipitate begins to ..."

5. Annals of Chymistry and Practical Pharmacy (1843)
"humate of potassa 3.47 12. humate of soda 2.22 13. humate of ammonia 10.29 14. humate of lime 3.07 15. humate of magnesia 1.97 1C. humate of peroxide of ..."

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