noun, Chemistry.
potassium binoxalate.
potassium binoxalate
noun, Chemistry.
a white, crystalline, hygroscopic, poisonous solid, KHC 2 O 4 , that is usually hydrated: used chiefly for removing ink stains, cleaning metal and wood, and in photography.


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