tungstate


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tung·state

(tŭng'stāt),
An anionic form of tungsten.
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It is generally accepted that emission of tungstate with scheelite structure excited at high energy is due to radiative decay of self-trapped excitations localized at regular W[O.
Sample preparation was similar to our previous protocol (6), except that the volumes were decreased: 100 [micro]L of calibrator, quality control or patient sample (EDTA plasma) was treated with 10 [micro]L of perchloric acid (150 g/L),10 [micro]L sodium tungstate (250 g/L), and 50 [micro]L of internal calibrator solution (15 mg/L MPAC in acetonitrile).
The induction on antioxidant enzymes was suppressed by ABA biosynthesis inhibitor, tungstate (Jiang and Zhang, 2002a).
Molybdate and tungstate are both known to be toxic to termites (Brill and von Meyer 1985, Brill et al.
One of these materials, calcium tungstate, was found to fluoresce with approximately six times the intensity of barium platinocyanide.
These studies were focused on the tantalate, niobate, titanate and tungstate systems, and their chemistry with alkaline-earth and rare-earth oxides.
Interactions of cellulose phosphate with tungsten salts proceeds differently: after the treatment of cellulose phosphate by sodium tungstate, a significant decrease of ion-exchange capacity is observed.
X-rays passing through the target strike a cadmium tungstate scintillator fitted with custom-made high-resolution optics, which is in turn coupled to a low-noise charge-coupled device detector.
Sayed, Preparation and Evaluation of Cerium(IV) Tungstate Powder as Inorganic Exchanger In Sorption of Cobalt and Europium Ions from Aqueous Solutions, J.
Aureliano, "Sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium ATPase interactions with decaniobate, decavanadate, vanadate, tungstate and molybdate," Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, vol.
Abstract Polypyrrole (PPy) doped with either tungstate or vanadate as counter anions was synthesized by chemical oxidative polymerization on the surface of aluminum (Al) flakes.