Hydrocarbonate


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Hy`dro`car´bon`ate


n.1.(Old Chem.) A hydrocarbon.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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On completion of the reaction, 15 mL cyclohexane was added, and the organic fraction was washed with sodium hydrocarbonate (2 x 10 mL) and brine, obtaining a neutral pH.
This dysregulation causes an increase in C[O.sub.2], which in a chemical reaction is degraded in H+ ions and hydrocarbonate [35] by an increased amount of carboanhydrase found in oncocytomas [36].
Smaller amounts of the [Cd.sup.2+] ion are bound into hydrocarbonate associates CdHC[O.sub.3.sup.+] (3.2%) or chloride associates Cd[Cl.sup.+] (4.5%).
Hydrocarbonate ions, produced during hydrolysis of carbamide, bond with Lewis and Bronsted active sites on surface of metals oxyhydroxides.
Chemical qualitative and quantitative analysis of the water before and after the cavitation exposed significant reduction of dissolute hydrocarbonate and other salts.