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tung'stic ac'id



Chem.
1. a hydrate of tungsten trioxide, H2WO4·H2O, used in the manufacture of tungsten-lamp filaments.
2. any of a group of acids derived from tungsten by the addition of acid to a soluble tungstate or to a mixture of a tungstate and a silicate, phosphate, etc.

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