Translation of acetate in Spanish:


acetato, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæsəˌteɪt/ /ˈasɪteɪt/


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    acetato masculine
    • Benzyl acetate, from acetic acid, has a jasmine odor.
    • As the hydrogen ion concentration increases, the acetate concentration and acetic acid concentration must adjust for the value of the equilibrium constant to be maintained.
    • These may contain solvents such as toluene, isopropryl alcohol, ethyl and butyl acetates, acetone and other ketones.
    • Well there is a threat from two sides; one is the oil that one has normally in a ship like that in the engine room; it's also carrying a lot of cargo, acetone, methane, propane, phenol and acetates.
    • When anodized surfaces are colored by the addition of dyes or pigments, a secondary treatment with acetates salts such as cobalt or nickel acetates is used to help seal the coloring agents to the surface.
    • For example, companies bond an acetate or succinate molecule to Vitamin E to stabilize it.
    • The first clinical trails were conducted with the acetate salt.
    • In this conjugate, the free alcoholic hydroxy group on the vinca alkaloid-based antineoplastic drug was generated by hydrolysis of the original acetate ester.
    • To test this hypothesis, the researchers drilled a series of wells downstream from where they dripped the acetate and periodically took water samples.
    • The radioactivity in the acetate was later found to be incorporated into cholesterol and the liver.
    • If the alloy reacts with water, it would react more violently also with acid- and as all acetates except lead, silver and gold are soluble, why bother with this test?
    • The action of acetylcholine is terminated rapidly, in around 10 milliseconds; an enzyme breaks the transmitter down into choline and an acetate ion.
    • A more extensive study involving 86 CD patients examined the effect of 50,000 IU vitamin A acetate twice daily or placebo for an average of 14.1 months.
    • The pH was adjusted to 6.5 using the acetate buffer.
    • Lurid and Eridsen used a sodium acetate buffer with some samples, but could not obtain satisfactory results.
    • In the laboratory the normal method of methane preparation is to combine one part sodium acetate and two parts sodium hydroxide.
    • Hence, they were likely to be strict anaerobes, or possibly microaerophiles, with a capacity to degrade sugars and/or amino acids, forming acetate as one of the end products.
    • Ethanol was then replaced with amyl acetate in preparation for critical point drying with liquid carbon dioxide.
    • Odors used included amyl acetate, which smells like bananas; phenyl ethyl alcohol, which smells like roses; propionic acid, which smells like vinegar; eugenol, which smells like cloves; and citral, which smells lemony.
    • Then ammonium acetate solution was added to replace the adsorbed sodium with ammonium ions.