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a·scor·bate

 (ə-skôr′bāt, -bĭt)
n.
A salt of ascorbic acid.

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ascorbate

(əˈskɔːbeɪt)
n
a salt of ascorbic acid
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a•scor•bate

(əˈskɔr beɪt, -bɪt)

n.
a salt or other derivative of ascorbic acid.
[1940–45]
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