- a salt or ester of a vanadic acid.
Also va·na·di·ate [vuh-ney-dee-eyt] /vəˈneɪ diˌeɪt/.
Origin of vanadate
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Vanadate of ammonia mixed with solution of galls forms a black fluid, which is the best writing ink hitherto known.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
The vanadate of ammonia, mixed with infusion of nutgalls, forms a black liquid, which is the best writing-ink hitherto known.
- any salt or ester of a vanadic acid
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