Related to toluate: toluene, marly


A salt or ester of toluic acid.

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(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of any of the three isomeric forms of toluic acid
[C19: from tolu(ic acid) + -ate1]
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References in periodicals archive ?
O'Hare, "Preferential anion exchange intercalation of pyridinecarboxylate and toluate isomers in the layered double hydroxide [Li[Al.sub.2][(OH).sub.6]]Clx[H.sub.2]O," Journal of Materials Chemistry, vol.
In these species the genes responsible for degradation of toluates, camphor, salycilate, alkanes, and naphthalene are found on, respectively, the TOL, CAM, SAL, OCT, and NAH plasmids (Chakrabarty 1976).