Sulfate In A Sentence

Definition of Sulfate

(American spelling, transitive, chemistry) To treat something with sulfuric acid, a sulfate, or with sulfur dioxide. | (of a lead-acid battery) To accumulate a deposit of lead sulfate. | (organic chemistry) Any ester of sulfuric acid.

How To Use Sulfate In A Sentence?

  • It contains a lot of extra alumina, but after roasting in a kiln the potassium sulfate can be leached out.
  • The base and roots are sprayed with a sticker compound and then dusted with copper oxide and copper sulfate before the soil is replaced.
  • Each year there would be deposited three to five inches of salts with a thin layer of calcium sulfate or gypsum on top.
  • I am old enough to remember when we used to develop our plates in ferrous sulfate solution and you never saw nicer negatives than we got with it.
  • Another mineral source of potash is alunite, which is a sort of natural alum, or double sulfate of potassium and aluminum, with about ten per cent.
  • Bilious people have too little sodium sulfate, the melancholics are lacking in potassium sulfate and phosphate; too little calcium phosphate in the phlegmatics.

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