aluminate

[uh-loo-muh-nit, -neyt]
noun
Chemistry. a salt of the acid form of aluminum hydroxide, containing the group AlO 2 or AlO 3 −3 .

Origin:
1725–35; alumin- + -ate2

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aluminate (əˈluːmɪneɪt)
 
n
a salt of the ortho or meta acid forms of aluminium hydroxide containing the ions AlO2-- or AlO33--

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Example sentences
Some of the ferrite is intimately intermixed with the aluminate.
The electrons start out attached to the molecules in a one-cubic-centimeter chunk of barium aluminate.
Sodium aluminate is a produced from the reaction of alumina trihydrate with caustic soda.
The cement clinker is manufactured by firing mixtures of limestone and clay, which contain aluminate and ferrite impurities.
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