Definition of Precipitable

1. a. Capable of being precipitated, or cast to the bottom, as a substance in solution. See Precipitate, n. (Chem.)



Definition of Precipitable

1. Adjective. Able to form a precipitate ¹

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Definition of Precipitable

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Precipitable

precious metal
precious metals
precious stone
precious stones
preciouses
preciously
preciousness
preciousnesses
precip
precipe
precipes
precipice
precipices
precipitabilities
precipitability
precipitable (current term)
precipitable water
precipitance
precipitances
precipitancies
precipitancy
precipitant
precipitantly
precipitantness
precipitants
precipitate
precipitated
precipitately
precipitateness
precipitates

Literary usage of Precipitable

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

1. Quantitative Chemical Analysis by C. Remigius Fresenius (1903)
"METALS precipitable BY HYDROGEN SULPHIDE. The presence in appreciable amounts of metals precipitable by hydrogen sulphide, except perhaps copper, ..."

2. Animal Chemistry with Reference to the Physiology and Pathology of Man by Johann Franz Simon (1845)
"Constituents precipitable by tannic acid: (a) A matter not precipitable by neutral ... (b) A matter precipitable by neutral and basic acetates of lead, ..."

3. Animal Chemistry with Reference to the Physiology and Pathology of Man by Johann Franz Simon, George Edward Day (1845)
"Constituents precipitable by tannic acid : (a) A matter not precipitable by neutral ... (b) A matter precipitable by neutral and basic acetates of lead, ..."

4. Clinical Laboratory Methods: A Manual of Technique and Morphology Designed by Roger Sylvester Morris (1913)
"It should be kept in mind, however, that lower values by no means exclude malignant disease. A Protein precipitable in the Cold by Dilute Acetic Acid. ..."

5. Clinical Laboratory Methods: A Manual of Technique and Morphology Designed by Roger Sylvester Morris (1913)
"It should be kept in mind, however, that lower values by no means exclude malignant disease. A Protein precipitable in the ..."

6. Representative Procedures in Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Frank Austin Gooch (1916)
"Sulphides precipitable in Acid Solution The Precipitation of Mercuric Sulphide by Hydrogen Sulphide. — The formation of insoluble mercuric sulphide by the ..."

7. Animal Chemistry: With Reference to the Physiology and Pathology of Man by Johann Franz Simon (1846)
"(6) A matter not precipitable by neutral acetate of lead, or (c) A matter precipitable by neutral and basic acetate of bichloride of mercury, ..."

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