Definition of Oxalate. Meaning of Oxalate. Synonyms of Oxalate

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Definition of Oxalate

Oxalate
Oxalate Ox"a*late, n. [Cf. F. oxalate. See Oxalic.] (Chem.) A salt of oxalic acid.

Meaning of Oxalate from wikipedia

- such as salts of oxalic acid, for example sodium oxalate Na2C2O4, or dimethyl oxalate ((CH3)2C2O4). Oxalate also forms coordination compounds where it is...
- Calcium oxalate (in archaic terminology, oxalate of lime) is a calcium salt of oxalic acid with the chemical formula CaC2O4. It is a chemical compound...
- Ferric oxalate, also known as iron(III) oxalate, is a chemical compound composed of ferric ions and oxalate ligands; it may also be regarded as the ferric...
- Cerium(III) oxalate or cerous oxalate is the inorganic cerium salt of oxalic acid. It is a white crystalline solid with the chemical formula of Ce2(C2O4)3...
- Ferrous oxalate, or iron(II) oxalate, is a inorganic compound with the formula FeC2O4(H2O)x where x is typically 2. These are orange compounds, poorly...
- Diphenyl oxalate (trademark name Cyalume) is a solid ester whose oxidation products are responsible for the chemiluminescence in a glowstick. It can be...
- Sodium oxalate, or disodium oxalate, is the sodium salt of oxalic acid with the formula Na2C2O4. It is a white, crystalline, odorless solid, that decomposes...
- Cobalt(II) oxalate is the inorganic compound with the formula of CoC2O4. Like other simple inorganic oxalates, it is a coordination polymer. The oxalate ligands...
- Ammonium oxalate, C2H8N2O4 – more commonly written as (NH4)2C2O4 – is an oxalate salt with ammonium (sometimes as a monohydrate). It is a colorless (white)...
- sodium oxalate: Pb2+(aq) + C2O42− → PbC2O4 (s) Lead(II) oxalate is sparingly soluble in water. Its solubility is increased in presence of excess oxalate anions...