platinate


platinate
platinate1
/plat"n ayt'/, n.
Chem. a salt of platinic acid.
[1855-60; PLATIN(IC ACID) + -ATE2]
platinate2
/plat"n ayt'/, v.t., platinated, platinating.
to platinize.
[1885-90; PLATIN(UM) + -ATE1]

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