What Is the Definition of Cyanurate?


Cyanurate refers to a compound formed with cyanuric acid. It is a white crystalline acid that decomposes with heating to form cyanic acid. The formula for the compound is C3N3(OH)3. Stabiliser is the common name given to the use of cyanuric acid especially in swimming pools.
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[sahy-uh-noor-eyt, -it, -nyoor-]
the salt or ester of cyanuric acid.
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