Antimonate

In chemistry an antimonate is a compound which contains a metallic element, oxygen and antimony in an oxidation state of +5. These compounds can be considered to be salts of the hypothetical acid H3SbO4, or combinations of metal oxides, antimony pentoxide, Sb2O5. Historically these compounds were assumed to be analogous to the phosphates and formu...
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Antimonate

• (n.) A compound of antimonic acid with a base or basic radical.
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Antimonate

An`ti·mo'nate noun (Chemistry) A compound of antimonic acid with a base or basic radical. [ Written also antimoniate .]
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