formate

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for·mate

(fōr'māt),
A salt or ester of formic acid, that is, the monovalent radical HCOO- or the anion HCOO-.

formate

/for·mate/ (for´māt) a salt of formic acid.

for·mate

(fōr'māt)
A salt or ester of formic acid; i.e., the monovalent radical HCOO- or the anion HCOO-.
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