Definition of Dibasic salt
1. Noun. A salt derived by replacing two hydrogen atoms per molecule.
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Literary usage of Dibasic salt
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1. Representative Procedures in Quantitative Chemical Analysis by Frank Austin Gooch (1916)
"It is to be noted, however, that the red color of the dibasic salt which is ... the reagent and to return when the dibasic salt is reproduced by hydrolysis ..."
2. Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics of the New Remedies by Edwin Moses Hale (1897)
"There are two salts of these elements, a tribasic and a dibasic salt. ... The dibasic salt is obtained by precipitation of a solution with the neutral salt ..."
3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1910)
"... had in 1893 assumed the presence of a red dibasic salt and had suggested the formula <±X ^"Vo MO,C which contains a quinoid ring, as the cause of color. ..."
4. Elements of Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by William Andrew Miller (1873)
"If the rhombic phosphate be ignited it loses all its water, and on then treating it with water, anew dibasic salt is dissolved, which crystallizes in prisms ..."