Definition of Lithates

1. Noun. (plural of lithate) ¹



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Definition of Lithates

1. lithate [n] - See also: lithate

Lexicographical Neighbors of Lithates

literbikes
literose
liters
lites
lith
lith-
lithaemia
lithaemias
lithagogue
lithagogues
lithal
litharge
litharges
lithargyrum
lithate
lithates (current term)
lithe
lithectomy
lithed
lithely
lithemia
lithemias
lithemic
litheness
lithenesses
lither
litherly
litherness
lithes
lithesome

Literary usage of Lithates

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Practical treatise on disease in children by Eustace Smith (1886)
"The appearance of a deposit of lithates may be due to two causes :—To increased secretion of the salts, and to excess of acid in the water. ..."

2. On functional derangements of the liver by Charles Murchison (1875)
"Deposits of Lithic Acid and lithates in the Urine (P- 65). 2. Renal Calculi (p. 72). 3. Diseases of the Kidneys (p. 78). I will now add that— 4. ..."

3. The Microscope, and Its Application to Clinical Medicine by Lionel Smith Beale (1854)
"... with small and variable proportions of lithates of ammonia and lime, with, perhaps, also a trace of ..."

4. The Chemical Basis of the Animal Body: An Appendix to Foster's Text Book of by Arthur Sheridan Lea (1892)
"Of these the most important are the acid urates of sodium, potassium, and ammonium ; these salts are frequently still called ' lithates,' the term ' lithic ..."

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