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zinc·ate

 (zĭng′kāt′)
n.
Any of various salts containing ZnO22- or related hydroxide complexes, such as Zn(OH)3-.
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zincate

(ˈzɪŋkeɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any of a class of salts derived from the amphoteric hydroxide of zinc, Zn(OH)2, often thought of as the acid H2ZnO2
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zinc•ate

(ˈzɪŋ keɪt)

n.
a salt derived from H2ZnO2, the acid form of amphoteric zinc hydroxide.
[1870–75]
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zinc·ate

(zĭng′kāt′)
A chemical compound containing the group ZnO2.
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Johnson, "The solubility of calcium zincate (Ca[Zn.sub.2][(OH).sub.6] x 2[H.sub.2]O)," Cement and Concrete Research, vol.
Arthoba Naik, "Electrochemical deposition of nanocrystalline zinc on steel substrate from acid zincate bath," Surface and Coatings Technology, vol.
During the last decades, thorough research has been conducted on several synthesis routes of Ca[(OH).sub.2],2Zn[(OH).sub.2], 2[H.sub.2]O calcium zincate; the performances of the obtained compounds were evaluated in the field of zinc secondary alkaline accumulators, biodiesel production [1-5], and limestone-monument protection [6, 7].
Zinc is mostly unavailable in calcareous soils because of its sorption to clays and carbonates, co-precipitation with carbonates, or formation of insoluble calcium zincate.
* New generation zincate (Epithas MCT-37) which reduces intrusions into the aluminum metallization, increases bath life.
Not only sorption to carbonates and clays contribute to poor Zn bioavailability but co-precipitation with carbonates and formation of calcium zincate are also very much important in calcareous soils.
Ueda, "Purification-free and protection-free synthesis of regioregular poly(3-hexylthiophene) and poly(3-(6-hydroxyhexyl)thiophene) using a zincate complex [of.sup.t] [Bu.sub.4] ZnLi," ACS Macro Letters, vol.
Unwind yourself with our specially designed Spa treatments like SABAI HOT STONE THERAPY, a unique hot stone massage with micronized mineral oils of malachite and zincate that delivers an unsurpassed mineral therapy while the heat from the stones radiate through your aching muscles and joints.
Measured gases from the air reacted when they reached the cathode and formed hydroxyl ions, which migrated into the zinc to form zincate (Zn + 4 OH) (as shown in Equation 1).
Compound 2- [[Fe(QUIN)Cl.sub.2][H.sub.2]O]S[O.sub.4].3[H.sub.2]O has zwitterionic structure, this may be compared with a molecular L-histidinium trichloro zincate [L- histidine [H.sup.+]] Zn[Cl.sub.3] (Hubel et al, 1999).