chlorate

(from the article `explosive`) Interest in the chlorates and perchlorates (salts of chloric or perchloric acid) as a base for explosives dates back to 1788. They were mixed with ...
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chlorate

[n] - any salt of chloric acid
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Chlorate

• (n.) A salt of chloric acid; as, chlorate of potassium.
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chlorate

<chemical> A salt of chloric acid. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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chlorate

noun any salt of chloric acid
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Chlorate

Chlo'rate noun [ Confer French chlorate . See Chlorine .] (Chemistry) A salt of chloric acid; as, chlorate of potassium.
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Chlorate

A chlorate is a salt formed by the reaction of chloric acid and metal. The chlorates are very analogous to the nitrates. They are well crystallized solids which give off oxygen when heated. They deflagrate with inflammable substances with such facility that an explosion is produced by slight causes. They are used in the preparation of oxygen in pyr...
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chlorate

chlorate (klōr'āt, klôr'–) and perchlorate (purklōr'āt, –klôr'–) , salts of chloric acid, HClO3, and perchloric acid, HClO4, respectively.Sections in this article:IntroductionChloric Acid and Its SaltsPerchloric Acid and Its Salts
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chlorate

The anion of chloric acid (HClO4), or any salt containing this anion. Common chlorates are those of sodium, potassium, and magnesium. In these compounds, chlorine has the the oxidation level +5. Chlorine compounds with different oxidation levels include the perchlorates (+7), chlorites (+3), hypochlorites (+1)...
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chlorate

Type: Term Pronunciation: klōr′āt Definitions: 1. A salt of chloric acid.
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