Origin of urate
Examples from the Web for urate
Historical Examples of urate
If the turbidity is owing to the urate it will disappear; if to chyle it will remain.
The skin covering them is frequently stretched and glossy, and may exhibit white spots of urate of soda.
Guano acts as a source of ammonia, containing much oxalate and urate of ammonia, with some phosphates.
The gouty concretions of the joints, popularly known as chalk-stones, consist chiefly of urate of sodium.
Heintz states that they are a mixture of urate of sodium with small quantities of the urates of ammonium, lime, and magnesium.