acid reaction


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acid reaction

[′as·əd rē′ak·shən]
(chemistry)
A chemical reaction produced by an acid.
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The efficiency of Thiobarbituric acid reaction of with the benzaldehyde derivative (Table 5, rows 1-7) was much better than that of thiosulfate thiobarbituric acid and dimethyl thiobarbituric acid (Table 5, No.
14) Further evidence of cellulose half-acid ester products, as a result of aqueous malcamic acid reaction with cellulose, has been reported by Cuculo (12) and in Ford et al.
Because of the autocatalytic effect of acid and high concentration of MA in the liquid phase at the beginning of the reaction, the carboxylic acid reaction rate is very steep at the beginning of the reaction.
Just as the ball loses energy to the pillow, a sound wave loses energy to the borate-to-boric acid reaction.
The thiobarbituric acid reaction and the autoxidations of polyunsaturated fatty acid methyl esters.
Workers have to go into acid reaction chambers filled with toxic fumes and scour scale from filters and walls.
The water/or acid reaction is important when one takes in to account the effects leveled upon polyester elastomers.
These breakdown processes tend to cause an acid reaction, so even if the materials you incorporate into the heap were not especially acidic, the pH balance of the compost tends to be lowered (made more acid).