Word: carbonates

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Translations: carbonates

spanish
carbonatos, carbonatos de, los carbonatos, de carbonatos, los carbonatos de


german
karbonate

french
les carbonates, des carbonates, de carbonates, carbonates de

italian
carbonati, carbonati di, i carbonati, di carbonati, carbonato

portuguese
carbonatos, carbonatos de, os carbonatos, carbonato, carbonato de

dutch
carbonaten, carbonaat, -carbonaten, carbonaten in

russian
карбонаты, карбонатов, карбонатами

norwegian
karbonater, karbonatene, -karbonater, carbonater

swedish
karbonater, karbonat, karbonaterna, -karbonater

finnish
karbonaatit, karbonaattien, karbonaatteja, karbonaateista, karbonaateilla

danish
carbonater, karbonater, -carbonater, carbonaterne

czech
uhličitany, karbonáty, uhličitanů, uhličitan

polish
węglany, węglanów, węglanami, węglan

hungarian
karbonátok, karbonátokat

turkish
karbonatlar, karbonat, karbonatları, karbonatların, karbonatlardan

greek
ανθρακικά, ανθρακικά άλατα, ανθρακικών, ανθρακικών αλάτων, τα ανθρακικά

ukrainian
карбонати

albanian
karbonate, karbonatet

bulgarian
карбонати, карбонатите, карбонати на

belarusian
карбанаты

estonian
karbonaadid, karbonaatide, karbonaate, karbonaatidest, karbonaatidega

croatian
karbonati, karbonate, karbonata, karbonat, karbonatima

icelandic
karbónöt, karbónötum, karbonater

lithuanian
karbonatai, karbonatų, karbonatams, karbonatas

latvian
karbonātu, karbonāti, karbonātiem, karbonātus, karbonāts

macedonian
карбонати, карбонатни, карбонатите, на карбонати, карбонат

romanian
carbonați, carbonații, carbonaților, carbonați de, carbonate

slovenian
karbonati, karbonate, karbonatov

slovak
uhličitany, uhličitanov, uhličitanmi, uhličitanových, uhličitan

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The meaning and "use of": carbonates

noun
  • a salt of the anion CO 3 2– , typically formed by reaction of carbon dioxide with bases.

verb
  • dissolve carbon dioxide in (a liquid).

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