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[bahy-nok-suh-leyt, -lit]
noun Chemistry.
  1. an acid containing the group HC2O4–, as ammonium binoxalate, C2H5NO4⋅H2O.
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Origin of binoxalate

First recorded in 1800–10; bin- + oxalate
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Examples from the Web for binoxalate

Historical Examples

  • With regard to oxalate of soda, or binoxalate of potash, 14·2 grms.

    Poisons: Their Effects and Detection

    Alexander Wynter Blyth

  • Oxalate or Binoxalate of Potash (salts of sorrel or salts of lemon) is almost as poisonous as the acid itself.

  • A white precipitate will be seen in the tube if either oxalic acid or binoxalate of potash has been employed.

    The Detection of Forgery

    Douglas Blackburn