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Definitions and meanings of "Bicarbonates"

What do we mean by bicarbonates?

The univalent anion HCO3-; any salt of carbonic acid in which only one of the hydrogen atoms has been replaced.

Sodium bicarbonate used as a mild antacid; bicarbonate of soda

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The word "bicarbonates" in example sentences

The chemical factory, Eisenbuettel, near Braunschweig, distributes the following circular: "The principal generators of incrustation in boilers are gypsum and the so-called bicarbonates of calcium and magnesium. ❋ Various (N/A)

Whereas baking powder is a self-contained system of both bicarbonates and an acid that will react with it. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Carbon dioxide may result from the decomposition of bicarbonates present in or added to crude oil, or from steam used in the distillation process. ❋ Unknown (2007)

This effectively removes lime and bicarbonates as well as sodium. ❋ Unknown (1996)

Manganese or Iron bicarbonates or sulfates; silt and clays may add to the problem as do some "iron bacteria" or "slime forming" micro-organisms. ❋ Unknown (1992)

Hardness, caused by bicarbonates, sulphates and chlorides of Calcium and Magnesium forms insoluble precipitates with soap and causes the deposition of scale. ❋ Unknown (1992)

Among these dissolved solids, the most common in natural waters are bicarbonates, carbonates, sulfates, chlorides and nitrates of Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Iron and Manganese. ❋ Unknown (1992)

We may briefly state that the chief object is to precipitate the bicarbonates of lime and magnesia held in solution by the water, and so get rid of what is known as the temporary hardness. ❋ Various (N/A)

Less than ½ m. from the inn, by the Clermont road, is a cold mineral spring, containing bicarbonates of lime, magnesia, and soda, with free carbonic acid gas. ❋ C. B. Black (N/A)

The immediate effect of this is that a proportion of the carbonic acid of the latter combines with the invisible lime of the clear lime water, forming a chalky precipitate, while the loss of this proportion of carbonic acid also reduces the invisible bicarbonates into visible carbonates. ❋ Various (N/A)

It contains the bicarbonates of lime, magnesia, and soda, silicates of lime and alumina, and the oxide of iron. ❋ C. B. Black (N/A)

-- The hardness of water, as already explained, being principally due to the presence in solution of bicarbonates and sulphates of lime and magnesia, can be reduced by addition of carbonate of soda, which decomposes these salts slowly in cold water but quickly in hot, forming insoluble compounds of lime and magnesia, which are slowly precipitated as a fine mud, leaving the water charged, however, with a solution of bicarbonate and sulphate of soda. ❋ Various (N/A)

Between the bathing establishment and the church is the cold water spring called the “Source de Jonas,” containing bicarbonates of lime and magnesia, chlorides of soda and magnesia, silicates of lime, alumina, and soda, the carbonate of iron and the oxide of manganese. ❋ C. B. Black (N/A)

The soluble bicarbonates of lime and magnesia, losing their carbonic acid, thereby become insoluble and precipitate. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

The principal ingredients are the chlorate of sodium, mixed with the bicarbonates of lime, soda, and magnesia, and a little iron. ❋ C. B. Black (N/A)

To accomplish this, strong lime water is introduced in a clear state to the water to be softened, the quantity being regulated according to the amount of bicarbonates in solution. ❋ Various (N/A)

Carbonate of soda, added to water containing little or no carbonic acid or bicarbonates, decomposes the sulphates to form insoluble carbonate of lime or magnesia which precipitate, the neutral soda remaining in solution. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

Such a method is used where sulphates of lime and magnesia are contained in the water, together with such quantity of carbonic acid or bicarbonates as to impair the action of the soda. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

If free carbonic acid or bicarbonates are present, bicarbonate of lime is formed and remains in solution, though under the action of heat, the carbon dioxide will be driven off and insoluble monocarbonates will be formed. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

The lime process is used for waters containing bicarbonates of lime and magnesia. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

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