verb (used with object), de·ni·trat·ed, de·ni·trat·ing.
- denis browne splint,
- denis, saint,
- denmark strait
Origin of denitrate
Examples from the Web for denitration
The product in denitration had therefore reverted completely to a cellulose (hydrate), no oxy-derivative being present.
After drying, denitration, and washing, it may be spun and dyed like natural silk.Textiles|William H. Dooley
It is well known that the denitration is nearly complete, traces only of nitric groups surviving.