bromate vs brominate what difference

what is difference between bromate and brominate

English

Etymology

bromo- +‎ -ate

Noun

bromate (plural bromates)

  1. (inorganic chemistry) the anion BrO3-1, derived from bromic acid; any salt containing this anion

Derived terms

Related terms

  • bromic
  • bromide

Translations

Verb

bromate (third-person singular simple present bromates, present participle bromating, simple past and past participle bromated)

  1. To treat with bromic acid or a bromate

Anagrams

  • barmote

French

Pronunciation

Noun

bromate m (plural bromates)

  1. bromate

Further reading

  • “bromate” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).

Anagrams

  • retomba, tombera

Italian

Adjective

bromate

  1. feminine plural of bromato

Anagrams

  • ombrate, rombate, tombare


English

Etymology

bromine +‎ -ate

Verb

brominate (third-person singular simple present brominates, present participle brominating, simple past and past participle brominated)

  1. (chemistry, transitive) To treat or react with bromine or hydrobromic acid, to introduce bromine into a compound.

Related terms

  • bromination

Italian

Adjective

brominate

  1. feminine plural of brominato

Anagrams

  • intombare

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