Definition of Salified

1. Verb. (past of salify) ¹



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Definition of Salified

1. salify [v] - See also: salify

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salified

salicyluric acid
salience
saliences
saliencies
saliency
salient
salient(ip)
salient angle
salientian
salientians
saliently
salients
saliferous
salifiable
salification
salified (current term)
salifies
salify
salifying
saligenin
saligot
saligots
salimeter
salimeters
salimetries
salimetry
salina period
salinas
salinate
salinated

Literary usage of Salified

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

1. The Journal of the Royal Institution of Great Britain by Royal Institution of Great Britain (1831)
"Thus a membrane acidified, salified, ... would cease as soon as the partition became salified. Sulphuretted hydrogen puts an end to the ..."

2. The Principles and methods of therapeutics by Adolphe Gubler (1881)
"Thus the oxides of iron, of zinc and of calcium are salified and dissolved by the acids contained in the stomach. With regard to iron, this is of great ..."

3. The American Quarterly Review by Robert Walsh (1837)
"I sipped my coffee with great complacency, perfectly salified with the manner in which, for the first time, I had played the ..."

4. Principles of human physiology by William Benjamin Carpenter (1876)
"... salified egg-albumen, and 1 See a collection of such cases in Dr. Madden's Experimental Inquiry into the Phv-iology of Cutaneous Absorption, p. ..."

5. The Verbalist: A Manual Devoted to Brief Disenssions of the Right and the by Thomas Embley Osmun (1909)
"This word is often improperly used in a passive sense, thus: " Anything capable [susceptible] of being salified is ..."

6. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1898)
"The author has established that the mutual displacement of two acids—the one free and the other salified—is a reversible phenomenon governed by the laws of ..."

7. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1872)
"Among the salient points resulting from the writer's researches, the most remarkable is that gold may be readily oxidized and salified by some of the ..."

8. The Journal of the Royal Institution of Great Britain by Royal Institution of Great Britain (1831)
"Thus a membrane acidified, salified, ... would cease as soon as the partition became salified. Sulphuretted hydrogen puts an end to the ..."

9. The Principles and methods of therapeutics by Adolphe Gubler (1881)
"Thus the oxides of iron, of zinc and of calcium are salified and dissolved by the acids contained in the stomach. With regard to iron, this is of great ..."

10. The American Quarterly Review by Robert Walsh (1837)
"I sipped my coffee with great complacency, perfectly salified with the manner in which, for the first time, I had played the ..."

11. Principles of human physiology by William Benjamin Carpenter (1876)
"... salified egg-albumen, and 1 See a collection of such cases in Dr. Madden's Experimental Inquiry into the Phv-iology of Cutaneous Absorption, p. ..."

12. The Verbalist: A Manual Devoted to Brief Disenssions of the Right and the by Thomas Embley Osmun (1909)
"This word is often improperly used in a passive sense, thus: " Anything capable [susceptible] of being salified is ..."

13. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial Science (1898)
"The author has established that the mutual displacement of two acids—the one free and the other salified—is a reversible phenomenon governed by the laws of ..."

14. Proceedings of the American Pharmaceutical Association at the Annual Meeting by American Pharmaceutical Association, National Pharmaceutical Convention, American Pharmaceutical Association Meeting (1872)
"Among the salient points resulting from the writer's researches, the most remarkable is that gold may be readily oxidized and salified by some of the ..."

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