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Vanadic acid

Definition

noun

(chemistry) An acid derived from vanadium, or containing a vanadate group; no known form in free state; often found combined with various bases forming salts. Its molecular formula is H3VO4.


Supplement

Word origin: Latin vanadium + -ic.

See also: vanadate, vanadium.


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