molybdic acid


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molybdic acid

[mə′lib·dik ′as·əd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Any acid derived from molybdenum trioxide, especially the simplest acid H2MoO4, obtained as white crystals.
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The Folin-Ciocalteu methods to determine TEPH and TET contents are based on the reducing power of hydroxyl function of phenolics to molybdic acid.
Waste catalysts purchased from oil refineries are utilized by Zhuorui to produce ammonium metavanadate, molybdic acid, and nickel powder.