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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Organic acid technology uses organic salts as additives or inhibitors and eliminates the use of inorganic acids such as phosphates and silicates.
Scientists at Oregon State University determined how weak organic and strong inorganic acids would affect microbial inactivation during high-pressure processing.
At first investigators attempted to remove the inorganic mineral part by using chemical reagents, and some researchers showed that it could be removed from oil shale at a certain concentration of different inorganic acids [9, 10].
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.
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.
The main problems of using acids in chemical reactions are the difficulty in the application of the known inorganic acids such as sulphuric acid, hydrochloric acid, and so on, the difficulty in the products separation, and the low yield of the products.
3-5] These types of heteropolyoxometalates are strong Bransted acid and most of them are stronger in acidity than the usual inorganic acids (HCl, [H.
Scientists at Oregon State University determined the impact of weak organic and strong inorganic acids on microbial inactivation during high-pressure processing.
The liquid cleaning composition contains a bleaching agent and one or more organic or inorganic acids, while the solid state catalyst is selected from a group consisting of a copper salt, a cobalt salt, a transition metal and a transition metal compound.