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  • noun Plural form of chlorate.

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Examples

  • In the two other schemes, cells generate oxygen - typically for their own internal use - by using enzymes to break down oxygen-containing substances such as chlorates, says Katharina Ettwig, a microbiologist at Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands.

    U.S. News

  • I remember something about having to be very careful with chlorates.

    The Shape-Shifter’s Curse

  • I remember something about having to be very careful with chlorates.

    The Shape-Shifter’s Curse

  • I remember something about having to be very careful with chlorates.

    The Shape-Shifter’s Curse

  • In my youth every English schoolboy knew that it was unwise to mix chlorates and sugar - that didn't stop some of them from trying it - and some of them from losing fingers!

    Gummi Bear Surprise

  • In the absence of powerful oxidising agents e.g. chlorates I would imagine that gummi bears/jelly babies are perfectly safe.

    Gummi Bear Surprise

  • But kraft pulp making has been an environmental nightmare, producing pollutants that range from dioxins and furans to alcohols, chlorates, heavy metals and more.

    The world's first zero-effluent pulp mill

  • But kraft pulp making has been an environmental nightmare, producing pollutants that range from dioxins and furans to alcohols, chlorates, heavy metals and more.

    Archive 2006-04-16

  • Now most longan plantations use chlorates—gunpowder—as fertilizer.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • Now most longan plantations use chlorates—gunpowder—as fertilizer.

    The Fruit Hunters

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