The picrate of silver forms beautiful starry groups of acicular crystals, having the colour and lustre of gold.
The picrate of lead has been proposed as a fulminating powder for percussion caps.
In another moment the words "picrate of potash" brought me to my feet?
Lyddite, lid′īt, n. a powerful explosive made (at Lydd in Kent) from picrate of potash.
The precipitate contains the picrate of trimethylenediamine, mixed with the picrates of cadaverine and creatinine.
The picrate of potassium has been given with advantage in intermittent fevers.
The picrate employed by Professor Abel is prepared from picric acid and ammonium.
picrate pic·rate (pĭk'rāt')
A salt or an ester of picric acid.