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carbonatecar"bon*ate (?), n. [cf. f. carbonate.] (chem.) a salt or carbonic acid, as in limestone, some forms of lead ore, etc.   similar words(5) 

 primary sodium carbonate  lead carbonate  lithium carbonate  acid sodium carbonate  sodium carbonate 

(n.)

A salt or carbonic acid, as in limestone, some forms of lead ore, etc.  

Noun1. a salt or ester of carbonic acid (containing the anion CO3) (hypernym) salt (hyponym) ammonium carbonateVerb1. treat with carbon dioxide; "Carbonated soft drinks" (hypernym) process, treat (derivation) carbon dioxide, CO2, carbonic acid gas2. turn into a carbonate (hypernym) change (derivation) carbonic acid

For other meanings, see Carbonate (disambiguation) In chemistry, a carbonate is a salt or ester of carbonic acid.

General Information: Chemical Formula:Cu++4Al2(CO3,SO4)(OH)12·2(H2O) Composition:(Molecular weight = 620.53 gm)Aluminum 8.70 % AlCopper 40.96 % CuHydrogen 2.60 % H Carbon 1.28 % C Sulfur 1.76 % S Oxygen 44.71 % O  Empirical Formula: Cu4Al2(CO3)0.66(SO4)0.34(OH)12·2(H2O) Environment:Oxidation weathering product of sulfides. IMA Status:Approved IMA 1963 Locality:Balasauskankyk, in NW Kara-Tau area, Kazakhstan. Name Origin:Named after the composition and structural similarity to cyanotrichite, greek for "blue hair".Physical Properties: Color:blue, greenish blue, or azure blue. Density:2.65 - 2.67, average = 2.66 Diaphaniety:Transparent to Translucent Habits:Acicular - occurs as needle-like crystals., aggregates - made of numerous individual crystals or clusters., Hardness:2 - Gypsum Luster:SilkyMore details...

General Information: Chemical Formula:Ca5(PO4,CO3)3F Composition:(Molecular weight = 486.82 gm)Calcium 41.16 % CaPhosphorus 15.91 % P Carbon 1.23 % C Oxygen 37.79 % O Fluorine 3.90 % F  Empirical Formula: Ca5(PO4)2.5(CO3)0.5F Environment:Sedimentary and skarn rocks. Locality:Wheal Franco, Devonshire, England. Name Origin:Named as the carbonate and fluorine end-member and from the greek apatao - "I am misleading."Physical Properties: Color:colorless or whitish. Density:3.12 Diaphaniety:Transparent to Translucent Habits:Massive - uniformly indistinguishable crystals forming large masses., earthy - Dull, clay-like texture with no visible crystalline affinities, (e.g. howlite)., pulverulent - forms a l oose, poorly-coherent powdery mass. Hardness:5 - Apatite Luster:Vitreous - Resinous Streak:whiteMore details...

General Information: Chemical Formula:Ca5(PO4,CO3)3(OH) Composition:(Molecular weight = 484.83 gm)Calcium 41.33 % CaPhosphorus 15.97 % P Hydrogen 0.21 % H Carbon 1.24 % C Oxygen 41.25 % O  Empirical Formula: Ca5(PO4)2.5(CO3)0.5(OH) Environment:Sedimentary and skarn rocks. common as bones and teeth in mammals. Locality:Magnet Cove, Arkansas, USA. Name Origin:Named as the carbonate and hydroxyl end-member and from the greek apatao - "I am misleading."Physical Properties: Color:colorless or white. Diaphaniety:Transparent Habits:Earthy - Dull, clay-like texture with no visible crystalline affinities, (e.g. howlite)., pulverulent - forms a loose, poorly-coherent powdery mass., nodular - tuberose forms having i rregular protuberances over the surface. Hardness:5 - Apatite Luminescence:Phosphorescent fluorescent. Luster:Vitreous - ResinousMore details...

compound consisting of a single atom of carbon and three atoms of oxygen. carbonate has the following chemical structure CO3.

A compound containing carbon and oxygen; an example is calcium carbonate (limestone).

(CO32-) 1. an inorganic ion with a charge of -2, containing carbon bound directly to three oxygens in a in a flat triangular arrangement. 2. A compound containing CO32- ions.

An ion or salt of carbonic acid, containing carbon and oxygen such as calcium carbonate. (CaC03)

(1) the collective term for the natural inorganic chemical compounds related to carbon dioxide that exist in natural waterways. (2) A sediment formed by the organic or inorganic precipitation from aqueous solution of carbonates of calcium, magnesium, or iron. the CO3-2 ion in the carbonate buffer System. combined with one proton, it becomes Bicarbonate, HCO3- and with two protons, carbonic Acid. the carbonate ion forms a solid precipitant when combined with dissolved ions of calcium or magnesium.

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Word analysis of carbonate

Length9
Vocalscarbonate
Consonantscarbonate
MD5aa0087cb2a34d08188fefd5194803ea9
SHA17c80a91ae41af02bdd89cf4ffacd568f18a32c02