- n. Plural form of bicarbonate.
“The chemical factory, Eisenbuettel, near Braunschweig, distributes the following circular: "The principal generators of incrustation in boilers are gypsum and the so-called bicarbonates of calcium and magnesium.”
“Whereas baking powder is a self-contained system of both bicarbonates and an acid that will react with it.”
“Carbon dioxide may result from the decomposition of bicarbonates present in or added to crude oil, or from steam used in the distillation process.”
“This effectively removes lime and bicarbonates as well as sodium.”
“Manganese or Iron bicarbonates or sulfates; silt and clays may add to the problem as do some "iron bacteria" or "slime forming" micro-organisms.”
“Hardness, caused by bicarbonates, sulphates and chlorides of Calcium and Magnesium forms insoluble precipitates with soap and causes the deposition of scale.”
“Among these dissolved solids, the most common in natural waters are bicarbonates, carbonates, sulfates, chlorides and nitrates of Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Iron and Manganese.”
“The principal ingredients are the chlorate of sodium, mixed with the bicarbonates of lime, soda, and magnesia, and a little iron.”
“Less than ½ m. from the inn, by the Clermont road, is a cold mineral spring, containing bicarbonates of lime, magnesia, and soda, with free carbonic acid gas.”
“It contains the bicarbonates of lime, magnesia, and soda, silicates of lime and alumina, and the oxide of iron.”
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