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tung·state

(tŭng'stāt),
An anionic form of tungsten.
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Excitonic Emission of Scheelite Tungstates AWO4 (A=Pb, Ca, Ba, Sr), J.
Tungstate and molybdate are prepared for addition to the chromium/copper solution by dissolving their sodium salts in water and acidifying the solution to form tungstate and molybdate polyanions.
A detailed description of the pathways involved in the pancreatic effects of tungstate is provided in our paper.
The reaction was stopped by the addition of 100 [micro]l of sodium tungstate solution (100 g/l) and 100 [micro]l of sulfuric acid (0.
We treated 200 [micro]L of plasma, calibrator, or quality-control sample with 20 [micro]L of perchloric acid (150 g/L), 20 [micro]L of sodium tungstate (250 g/L), and 100 [micro]L of internal standard (15 mg/L MPAC in acetonitrile) as described previously (9).
Sodium tungstate dehydrate and potassium dihydrogen phosphate, sodium hydroxide, phosphoric acid, and perchloric acid were from Merck.
Although most materials grow when they get hot, zirconium tungstate does the exact opposite--it shrinks.
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Sodium tungstate dihydrate, potassium dihydrogen phosphate, sodium hydroxide, phosphoric acid, and perchloric acid were from Merck.
Negatively charged tungstate ions flowed through the pores, attracted by the positively charged amino acids that line the structure.
Analog Devices' converters have the speed and dynamic range we need to measure the energy captured by one of the 64,000-lead tungstate crystals.