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a·lu·mi·nate

 (ə-lo͞o′mə-nāt′, -nĭt)
n.
A chemical compound containing aluminum as part of a negative ion.
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aluminate

(əˈluːmɪneɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a salt of the ortho or meta acid forms of aluminium hydroxide containing the ions AlO2 or AlO33–
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a•lu•mi•nate

(əˈlu məˌnɪt, -ˌneɪt)

n.
a salt of the acid form of aluminum hydroxide, containing the group AlO2 or AlO3−3.
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Noun1.aluminate - a compound of alumina and a metallic oxide
chemical compound, compound - (chemistry) a substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight
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The gypsum is also highly soluble and the sulfates react with the aluminates to form the mineral ettringite.
Estimates of other phases, such as aluminates, ferrite, periclase, calcium sulfates, and calcium carbonates, represent an averaged value across the six replicates of the two treatments.
Ester forms of organometallics such as titanates, zirconates, aluminates, and zirco-aluminates provide possible chemistries for R&D in using high levels of PCR in consumer goods, since they are already used as esterification catalysts for PET and as single-site metallocene catalysts for polyolefins.
Formation of nickel, cobalt, copper, and iron aluminates from a- and g-alumina-supported oxides: A comparative study.
Changes in the firing technology have altered the mineral of the ash produced--the low temperature CFB ashes characterized by the lower content of silicates and aluminates and higher content of free oxides show predominantly pozzolanic hydration type and PF OSA has mostly hydraulic properties [3, 4].
Improved luminescent characteristics of some of aluminates have also found their place in optoelectronics.
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The spinel zinc aluminates have been widely used as ceramic and as catalytic material in chemical and petrochemical industries [5] and more recently as transparent conductor.
Special series of mentioned complex compounds are called aluminates complex which are produce by reaction of alkyl-ammonium salts and aluminum chloride according to a reported general procedure [16].
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Sodium and Calcium aluminates occur highly proficiently in the solid phase during precalcination at 950 Co as seen in Fig.