Definition of Salifying

1. Verb. (present participle of salify) ¹



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Definition of Salifying

1. salify [v] - See also: salify

Salifying Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salifying

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

Literary usage of Salifying

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1. Conversations on Chemistry: In which the Elements of that Science are by Marcet (Jane Haldimand), John Lee Comstock (1822)
"... bases or radicals; and the acids, salifying principles. The name of each salt is composed both of that of the acid and the ..."

2. The Elements of Experimental Chemistry by William Henry (1831)
"... have combined with the potassa, which acts the part of a base, while the oxide of gold serves as a salifying principle. ..."

3. Conversations on Chemistry: In which the Elements of that Science are by Marcet (Jane Haldimand) (1809)
"... as well as cf salifying principles. Mrs. B. Their real number cannot be ascertained, since it increases every day as the science advances. ..."

4. The Elements of Experimental Chemistry by William Henry, Robert Hare (1819)
"According to Dr. Thomson, the salifying principle of this salt appears, from experiment, to be constituted of half an atom of metallic iron with one atom of ..."

5. Conversations on Chemistry: In which the Elements of that Science are by John Lee Comstock, John Lauris Blake (1841)
"... as well as of salifying principles. The fourth law of chemical attraction is, that abhänge of temperature always takes place at the moment of ..."

6. Conversations on Chemistry: In which the Elements of that Science are by Marcet (Jane Haldimand), John Lee Comstock (1822)
"... as well as of salifying principles. The 4th law of chemical attraction is, that a change of temperature always takes place at the moment of combination. ..."

7. A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the Definitions and by George William Cox (1867)
"The prefix di to a clic- mical compound generally implies that it contains two atoms of base, or electro-positive dement to one of salifying or ..."

8. A Dictionary of Science, Literature, & Art: Comprising the Definitions and by George William Cox (1867)
"The prefix di to a chemical compound generally implies that it contains two atoms of base, or electro-positivo j element, to one of salifying or ..."

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