succinate

[suhk-suh-neyt]

Origin of succinate

From French, dating back to 1780–90; see origin at succinic, -ate2
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succinate

noun
  1. any salt or ester of succinic acid

Word Origin for succinate

C18: from succin (ic) + -ate ²
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succinate in Medicine

succinate

[sŭksə-nāt′]
n.
  1. A salt or ester of succinic acid.
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succinate in Science

succinate

[sŭksə-nāt′]
  1. A salt or ester of succinic acid.
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