Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of aluminate.

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Examples

  • Sodas induce cementation by reacting with minerals which produce insoluble silicates and aluminates.

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  • For a moment Anglesey speculated on the origin of the silicates, aluminates, and other stony compounds.

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  • It dissolves in most acids to form soluble salts, and in the strong bases to form aluminates, as indicated in the equations

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  • The magnesium salt Mg (AlO_ {2}) _ {2} is called spinel, and many other of its salts, called aluminates, are found in nature.

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  • A high proportion of aluminates tends to cause disintegration when exposed to sea water.

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  • Portland cements, such as are now easily obtainable, and, provided the proportion of aluminates is not too high, the varying composition of the several well-known commercial cements is of little moment.

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  • Not only an environmental researcher with a strong bent toward helping occupational and trade villages, Chi shares a chemical patent related to making a nickel aluminates spinel catalyst.

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