Translation of carbonate in Spanish:

carbonate

carbonato, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrbəˌneɪt//ˈkɑrbənət//ˈkɑːbəneɪt/

noun

  • 1

    carbonato masculine
    • Pore waters also sensitively record the occurrence of other reactions, such as the dissolution, precipitation, and recrystallization of phosphates, carbonates, and sulphides, during early diagenesis.
    • In natural water systems, many common minerals are formed by anion substitution-precipitation reactions, among them carbonates, phosphates, and the sulfate-containing rocks.
    • Over the last century, antacids were developed based on the hydroxides and carbonates of the group II and III metals, as well as the bicarbonates of the alkali metals.
    • The minerals in the surrounding soil and water mix with the inorganic carbonates and phosphates that form the solid framework of the hard tissues, strengthening their structures and replacing their organic components.
    • The reaction with carbonates gives the nitrate salt, water, and carbon dioxide.