Definition of Molybdates
1. Noun. (plural of molybdate) ¹
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Definition of Molybdates
1. molybdate [n] - See also: molybdate
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Literary usage of Molybdates
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1. Outlines of Mineralogy, Geology, and Mineral Analysis by Thomas Thomson (1836)
"Hence most of the earthy and metallic salts occasion precipitates when dropt into the alkaline molybdates : these precipitates even appear in the ..."
2. A Treatise on Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe, Carl Schorlemmer (1884)
"Molybdenum trioxide not only combines with basic oxides to form molybdates, some of which possess very complicated constitutions, but it also acts as a base ..."
3. System of Theoretical and Practical Chemistry by Friedrich Christian Accum (1808)
"PROPERTIES OF molybdates. These salts are not better known than the last. A few with which we are acquainted have the property of giving a green colour to ..."
4. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1908)
"... titanates and molybdates, in which the oxygen atoms are more or less completely replaced by sulphate groups. In quite an extended study of vanadium, ..."
5. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Allen Miller, Charles Edward Groves, Herbert McLeod (1878)
"Various anhydro-molybdates of the alkalies have been formed, which contain ... According to Delafontaine the soluble acid molybdates have a general formula, ..."
6. Guide to the Mineral Collections in the Illinois State Museum by Illinois State Museum, Alja Robinson Crook (1920)
"TUNGSTATES, molybdates The class of tungstates and molybdates contains but few minerals and those few are of slight importance. One example of each may be ..."
7. Mineralogy: An Introduction to the Study of Minerals and Crystals by Edward Henry Kraus, Walter Fred Hunt (1920)
"... Arkansas; Blue Ridge region, Virginia; Cartersville, Georgia. One of the important ores of manganese. 6. SULPHATES, CHROMATES, molybdates, TUNGSTATES, ..."
8. A System of Chemistry of Inorganic Bodies by Thomas Thomson (1831)
"The sulpho-molybdates consist of combinations of the alkaline ... The sulpho-molybdates are most easily obtained when an oxygen salt is decomposed by ..."