chloric

chlo·ric

 (klôr′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or containing chlorine.
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chloric

(ˈklɔːrɪk)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of or containing chlorine in the pentavalent state
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Translations

chloric

[ˈklɔːrɪk]
A. ADJclórico
B. CPD chloric acid Nácido m clórico
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chloric

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Also, the quantitative method of iodine measurement was adopted, where chloric acid was used to digest the urine under mild condition and the catalytic role, the reduction of ceric ammonium sulfate determined [11].
Briefly, experimental rats were anesthetized by hydrated chloric aldehyde (300-350 mg/kg) in an intraperitoneal injection method.
Hydro chloric acid (HCl, 3 N), water, Sodium hydroxide (NaOH).
For digestion 0.2 g-0.5 g of each dry sample was taken into a separate glass beaker and digested with a mixture of nitric acid [(HN[O.sub.3]).sup.-] per chloric acid (HCl[O.sub.4]) at 3:1 ratio and temperature at 150[degrees]C for 3 h and then filter and finally marked with 50 ml volume with laboratory distilled water.
Surprisingly though, chloric acid is always present in point 4 samples with similar concentrations independent of the collecting temperature.
The Pentagon chief also commended Turkey's "fast response to ensure the victims of the Assad regime's hateful chloric gas attack received treatment in Turkish hospitals." Mattis stressed: "I recognize there's more to be done in the midst of the complex war in Syria.
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