subcarbonate


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sub·car·bon·ate

(sŭb-kar'bŏn-āt),
A mixture or complex of a base and its carbonate.

subcarbonate

(sŭb″kar′bŏ-nāt″, -năt) [ sub- + carbonate]
A nonsystematic name for a basic carbonate. A subcarbonate has a proportion of carbonic acid radical less than the normal carbonate.
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The filler Ioadings chosen for the barium sulfate, bismuth subcarbonate, and bismuth oxychloride were 20% and 40%.
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