oxalate

NOUN
  1. a salt or ester of oxalic acid
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  • Many compounds are insoluble in acetic acid, which are soluble in mineral acids, such as ferric phosphate, ferric arsenate, zinc sulphide, calcium oxalate, &c., so that the use of acetic acid is valuable in some separations. A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.
  • A small study found a significant rise in urinary oxalate levels, prompting a caution that regular use of cranberry may increase the risk of kidney stone formation in patients with a history of oxalate calculi.
  • Inside is a solution of an oxalate ester and a fluorescent dye, as well as a smaller glass tube that contains hydrogen peroxide.
  • Bouwman's catalyst, however, reacts with carbon dioxide but not oxygen, producing oxalate, which is a useful feedstock for the manufacture of methyl glycolate and other organic compounds. MAKE Magazine
  • A smaller calculus, which has been called coralline, is also cylindroid, with a number of brown, rough, crystalline oxalate of lime branches and whitish depressions of carbonate. Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
  • The crystals are composed of oxalate of lime and appear in the different forms shown in the five sections, of octahedral, decahedral, round and dumb bell shapes. The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English or, Medicine Simplified, 54th ed., One Million, Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand
  • Then you have no prejudices as to which is the best developer, pyrogallic acid or ferrous oxalate, not to mention such recent decoctions as eikonogen, quinol, and others? One Day's Courtship
  • Purpose:To study the effect of different extracts of Alisma Orientalis on calcium oxalate crystal formation in vitro and to identify the effective constituents.
  • Occasionally, calcium oxalate raphide or druse crystals were observed in this tissue.
  • The reaction of calcium ions with oxalic acid produces an insoluble solid, calcium oxalate.
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