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ferrate

[′fe‚rāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A multiple iron oxide with another oxide, for example, Na2FeO4.
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The equivalent weight percents of alkaline compounds (CaO and Na2CO3) were blended with 150 g bauxite by Siebtechnik grinding machine in order to form aluminate, silicate, ferrate and titanate (Table-1).
Anyone who thinks that if they can climb a ladder they can climb a via ferrate will be seriously disabused of this notion within minutes of setting out.
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