- a salt or ester of malic acid.
Origin of malate
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Made with tartrate of manganese, as syrup of malate of manganese.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
In Malate: 38 signatures, 31 of indians, only 15 of whom understood Spanish.The Katipunan
J. Brecknock Watson (AKA Francis St. Clair)
Further on in the same street is this convent of ours at Malate.
The temperature of the sea-water on the shore at Malate is usually 82°, and that of well-water about the same.The Inhabitants of the Philippines
Frederic H. Sawyer
July 31 a battle was waged at Malate, a small town half way between Cavite and Manila.The Blue and The Gray
A. R. White
- any salt or ester of malic acid
C18: from malic acid
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- A salt or ester of malic acid.
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- A salt or ester of malic acid, containing the group C4H4O5.
- See malic acid.
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