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carbonate

 [kahr´bon-āt]
a salt of carbonic acid.

car·bon·ate

(kar'bŏn-āt),
1. A salt of carbonic acid.
2. The ion CO32-.

carbonate

/car·bon·ate/ (kahr´bah-nāt) a salt of carbonic acid.

carbonate (CO3 2-)

[kär′bənāt]
a CO3 2- anion. Carbonates are in equilibrium with bicarbonates in water and frequently occur in compounds as insoluble salts, such as calcium carbonate.

car·bon·ate

(kahr'bŏn-āt)
1. A salt of carbonic acid.
2. The ion CO32-.

car·bon·ate

(kahr'bŏn-āt)
A salt of carbonic acid.

carbonate,

n a mineral salt of carbonic acid.
carbonate hydroxyapatite
n the composition and crystal structure of hard tissues.

carbonate

a salt of carbonic acid.

carbonate calculi
see carbonate urolith.

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