Definition of Lixiviate. Meaning of Lixiviate. Synonyms of Lixiviate

Definition of Lixiviate. Meaning of Lixiviate. Synonyms of Lixiviate

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Definition of Lixiviate

Lixiviate
Lixiviate Lix*iv"i*ate, Lixivited Lix*iv"i*`ted, a. [From Lixivium.] 1. Of or pertaining to lye or lixivium; of the quality of alkaline salts. 2. Impregnated with salts from wood ashes. --Boyle.
Lixiviate
Lixiviate Lix*iv"i*ate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lixiviated; p. pr. & vb. n. Lixiviating.] To subject to a washing process for the purpose of separating soluble material from that which is insoluble; to leach, as ashes, for the purpose of extracting the alkaline substances.

Meaning of Lixiviate from wikipedia

- because this minimizes risk to the environment.The origin is the word lixiviate, meaning to leach, to dissolve out, deriving from the Latin lixivium....
- so that it ultimately falls to a very fine powder. This powder is then lixiviated with hot water, the liquor decanted, and the alum allowed to crystallize...
- Fucus species) were harvested, dried, and burned. The ashes were then "lixiviated" (washed with water) to form an alkali solution. This solution was boiled...
- non-alkali impurities. The sodium carbonate, which is water-soluble, is "lixiviated" (extracted with water) from the ashes of the burned, dried plants. The...
- a type of seaweed. The sodium carbonate, which is water-soluble, is "lixiviated" from the ashes (extracted with water), and the resulting solution is...
- (replaced by blanc fixe & lithopone) White vitriol – zinc sulfate, formed by lixiviating roasted zinc blende Venetian Whiteformed from equal parts of white...
- reverberatory furnace at about 1000 °C.The black-ash product of firing must be lixiviated right away to prevent oxidation of sulfides back to sulfate. In the lixiviation...
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