Definition of Sublimates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of sublimate) ¹



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Definition of Sublimates

1. sublimate [v] - See also: sublimate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublimates

sublicensees
sublicenses
sublicensing
sublicensor
sublicensors
sublieutenant
sublieutenants
subligation
sublight
sublimability
sublimable
sublimableness
sublimatable
sublimated
sublimates (current term)
sublimating
sublimation
sublimation energy
sublimations
sublimatories
sublimatory
sublime
sublimed
sublimely
sublimeness
sublimenesses
sublimer
sublimers
sublimes

Literary usage of Sublimates

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1. Pharmaceutical Journal by Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1868)
"Of these fourteen sublimates, eight showed crystalline forms under the ... The glass from which the sublimates had been driven off retained h visible stain. ..."

2. Mineralogy: An Introduction to the Scientific Study of Minerals by Henry Alexander Miers (1902)
"Yellow and red sublimates of Arsenic Sulphide ; given by sulphides of arsenic ... TABLE C sublimates in Open Tube 1. White crystalline (octahedral, As.,03 ..."

3. Chemical Handicraft: A Classified and Descriptive Catalogue of Chemical by John Joseph Griffin (1877)
"Narrow Tubes of hard Bohemian glass, about £ inch or £ inch in diameter, made extremely thin in the glass, in order that sublimates within them may be ..."

4. The Data of Geochemistry by Frank Wigglesworth Clarke (1908)
"VOLCANIC GASES AND sublimates. GASEOUS EMANATIONS. Regardless of all speculations as to the origin of the lithosphere or as to the nature of the earth's ..."

5. Select Methods in Chemical Analysis. (Chiefly Inorganic). by William Crookes (1871)
"Arsenious sulphide does not become granular and dense under the same circumstances. Detection of Antimony in sublimates. ..."

6. Select Methods in Chemical Analysis: (chiefly Inorganic) by William Crookes (1886)
"Detection of Antimony in sublimates. In the examination of mineral bodies for antimony, the test s: stance is often roasted in an open tube for the ..."

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