verb (used with object), sul·fat·ed, sul·fat·ing.
verb (used without object), sul·fat·ed, sul·fat·ing.
Related formssul·fa·tion, nounsu·per·sul·fate, noun
Examples from the Web for sulfate
It is, however, practicable to have stock preparation of sulfate of copper and of lime ready for mixing when required.
The operator under such conditions first adds the sulfate of alumina, then the acid, using litmus paper as his indicator.
When sulfate of copper and lime are added in this proportion, the compound is Bordeaux mixture.
The most readily available nitrogen in commercial form is that which is afforded by nitrate of soda and sulfate of ammonia.The Practical Garden-Book|C. E. Hunn
It must be remembered that the sulfate of alumina is added only for the fresh lye put into the tank.