Origin of tribasic
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This salt, which is tribasic, is also formed when1058 the preceding crystallised salts are put into hot water.Cooley's Practical Receipts, Volume II
Tribasic sodium phosphate alone without the addition of the carbonate will also give good results.The Mechanism of Life
Being a tribasic acid, it forms acid as well as normal salts.An Elementary Study of Chemistry
Morphine itself is a tribasic meconate, and narcotin, of course, another opium derivative.The Ethics of Medical Homicide and Mutilation
- (of an acid) containing three replaceable hydrogen atoms in the molecule
- (of a molecule) containing three monovalent basic atoms or groups in the molecule
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- Relating to an acid containing three replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule.
- Relating to a base or salt containing three univalent basic atoms or radicals per molecule.
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