mineral acid

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mineral acid

[′min·rəl ‚as·əd]
(inorganic chemistry)
Any one of the major inorganic acids, such as sulfuric, nitric, or hydrochloric acids.
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Initially, investigators attempted to remove the inorganic mineral by using chemical reagents, with some studies showing that it could be removed from oil shale at a certain concentration of different inorganic acids [3, 4].
It is also important to distinguish between metabolizable acids (or bases), which are organic acids that can be consumed and transformed by endogenous metabolism, and non-metabolisable acids which consist mainly of inorganic acids and some organic acids, such as those that cannot be disposed of by metabolism and are excreted in the urine.
Inorganic acids have been commonly used as leach reagent in these studies [2, 3-7].
This new product has high corrosion resistance that protects concrete from corrosive condition caused by mixture of organic and inorganic acids, cures at normal temperature, and achieves the safety of work environment.
When pumping applications involve aggressive liquids such as inorganic acids, bases and salts, or those that are regarded as high purity where contact with metallic components must be avoided, the Liquiflo Polygard Series pump are said to be the ideal choice.
Due to fumes of inorganic acids mostly HCL and H2SO4 safety of the equipment and labors is compromised and results in great loss to the material and human life.
Scientists at Oregon State University determined how weak organic and strong inorganic acids would affect microbial inactivation during high-pressure processing.
The US Food and Drug Administration classify many organic and inorganic acids as GRAS (Generally recognized as safe) substances (AACC, 2000).
Currently available in other regions of the world, UCRETE DP Topcoat has proven to provide excellent resistance to organic and inorganic acids, alkalis, salts and most other commonly used chemicals.
For example, nitric acid should be stored separately from organic and inorganic acids.
More importantly, the effects of four different inorganic acids on anticorrosion property of the composite coatings were studied by the ELS and Tafel polarization curve.
They can also be also be separated by organic and inorganic acids.