from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A salt formed by the union of uranic oxid with a metallic oxid.
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- noun (Chem.) A salt of uranic acid.
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- noun inorganic chemistry Any of several
oxyanionsof uranium; any saltcontaining these anions
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Pour ammonia into a nitrate of uranium solution, wash the precipitate of uranate of ammonia in distilled water, then dissolve in citric acid.
This arises from a small quantity of lime in the paper which forms uranate of calcium.
_Uranium Orange_ is obtainable by wet and dry methods as a yellowish-red, or, when reduced to powder, an orange-yellow, uranate of baryta.
"Uranium yellow," used for enamel painting, is sodium uranate.
On neutralising the carbonate with an acid a uranate of the alkali is precipitated.