noun Etymology: New Latin niobium + English 1-ate Date: 1845 a salt containing an anionic grouping of niobium and oxygen

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  • Niobate — Ni o*bate, n. [See {Niobium}.] (Chem.) Same as {Columbate}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • niobate — ● niobate nom masculin Sel d un acide niobique …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Niobate — Niobate,   Niobverbindungen …   Universal-Lexikon

  • niobate — /nuy euh bayt /, n. Chem. any salt of niobic acid; columbate. [1835 45; NIOB(IUM) + ATE2] * * * …   Universalium

  • niobate — noun a) any salt, XNbO of the weak niobic acid b) the univalent anion NbO …   Wiktionary

  • niobate — ni·o·bate …   English syllables

  • niobate — /ˈnaɪəbeɪt/ (say nuyuhbayt) noun a salt of any niobic acid. {niob(ium) + ate2} …   Australian English dictionary

  • niobate — ˈnīəˌbāt noun ( s) Etymology: New Latin niobium + English ate : a salt of niobic acid called also columbate …   Useful english dictionary

  • Niobate de lithium — Niobiate de lithium Niobiate de lithium Général Nom IUPAC Niobiate de lithium No CAS …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lithium niobate — (LithiumNiobiumOxygen|3) is a compound of niobium, lithium, and oxygen. It is a colorless solid that is insoluble in water. Its melting point is 1257 °C and its density is 4.65 g/cm³. Its CAS number is CASREF|CAS=12031 63 9.Lithium niobate… …   Wikipedia

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