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cerate

[′sir‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
A metallic salt or soap made from lard.
(pharmacology)
An unguent made of wax, resin, or spermaceti mixed with oil, lard, and medicinal ingredients; used for external application.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In contrast to these materials, some ceramics having perovskite structure, such as cerates and zirconates, can last against those drawbacks [6, 7].
Barium cerate properties can be modified by changing its stoichiometry or by doping with impurities [6, 7].
Several different liquid and solid media can be used to cerate the fuel cell's electrochemical reactions -- phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC), molten carbonate fuel cell (MCFC), solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and proton exchange membrane (PEM).
Oyama et al., "Thermophysical properties of perovskite-type strontium cerate and zirconate," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol.
You can't have that much possession and not cerate a lot of chances.
"This program will bring the city on the global sporting map and will cerate issue-based social awareness too," said Gunbir Singh.
CM Balochistan Nawab Akbar Raisani while talking to media men condemned terrorism in all its manifestations and urged to cerate awareness among people in this regard.
For each fastener type, one set of samples was given a silicated alkaline clean treatment (Gibson Process 204B), the second set was alkaline cleaned and then deoxidized, and the final set was alkaline cleaned, deoxidized, and conversion coated with either a chromate- or cerium-based (cerate) conversion coating.
K Hudson, two-storey side extension and alter-|ations to garage to cerate house forming annex accommodation associated with 54 Goldington Drive, Oakes.
On local authorities keeping rates raised the report adds: "We have examined the workings of the current system in some detail and have suggested in outline a local retention mechanism that would cerate significant incentives to local authorities to encourage economic growth whilst building in suitable safeguards to protect funding for local services in areas where growth is more limited."