This may be detected with oxalate of ammonia, which throws down the lime as a clearly perceptible precipitate.
An aqueous solution in the cold is not precipitated by oxalate of ammonium.
Then add ammonia and ammonium oxalate, when lime alone is precipitated as the oxalate of lime.
By heating the nitrate, carbonate, or oxalate, to redness in open vessels.
The relative prevalency of the oxalate of lime calculus is very various.
This oxalate of sodium is now decomposed by boiling milk of lime.
oxalate or Binoxalate of Potash (salts of sorrel or salts of lemon) is almost as poisonous as the acid itself.
The parenchyma of the barks abounds in starch and oxalate of lime, or else contains a soft brown deposit.
This oxalic acid now exists as oxalate of potassium and sodium in the grey powder resulting from stage 3.
They are of inorganic matter, usually of oxalate or phosphate or sulphate of lime.
oxalate ox·a·late (ŏk'sə-lāt')
A salt or an ester of oxalic acid.