Definition of Antimonite. Meaning of Antimonite. Synonyms of Antimonite
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Definition of Antimonite
Antimonite An"ti*mo*nite`, n.
1. (Chem.) A compound of antimonious acid and a base or basic
2. (Min.) Stibnite.
Meaning of Antimonite from wikipedia
- In chemistry, an antimonite refers
of antimony(III), such as NaSb(OH)4 and NaSbO2 (metaantimonite) which
can be prepared
by reacting alkali
- ****nite-antimonite transporters
are membrane transporters
that pump ****nite or antimonite
out of a cell. Antimonite
is the salt of antimony
yellow, also called antimony
yellow, is an inorganic pigment
used paintings during
1700-1850. Colors range
from a muted, or earthy, reddish
- Stibnite, sometimes called antimonite
, is a sulfide mineral
with the formula
Sb2S3. This soft grey material crystallizes
in an orthorhombic space
- ArsA appears
only once. These pumps actively expel
both ****nite and antimonite
of ArsB are found
in Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria...
- the conjugate
base sodium antimonite
([Na 3SbO 3] 4) forms
upon fusing sodium oxide
and Sb 4O 6. Transition metal antimonites
are also known. Antimonic...
cells, and for the detection
of toxic salts
such as ****nite and antimonite
. King, J.M.H. et al. (1990) Rapid, sensitive bioluminescence
- the detoxification
of ****nate, ****nite, and antimonite
. This system transports
****nite and antimonite
out of the cell. The pump is composed
of two polypeptides...
hexahydroxidoantimonate(1−). Antimonate mineral Antimonide Antimonite Wells
A.F. (1984) Structural Inorganic Chemistry
5th edition, Oxford...
- pyrochlore group
); etc. The data of a mineral
on the databases
but not equal...