acid salt


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acid salt

[′as·əd ‚sȯlt]
(chemistry)
A compound derived from an acid and base in which only a part of the hydrogen is replaced by a basic radical; for example, the acid sulfate NaHSO4.
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sodium and calcium with high intensities as well as poly(dimethyl siloxane), different fatty acids, wax alcohols, alkylbenzene sulfonates and carboxylic acid salts like sodium soaps.
The aim of this study was to examine the effects of different organic acid salts in the diets of P.
Heated washes are used in steps to clean carcasses, so the use of an organic acid salt additive in a heated rinse might be one point at which to implement any new techniques.
CSC bound more deoxycholic acid salt than CS at the identical pH, which can be attributed to the increased hydrophobicity after CS combined the long carbon chain of stearic acid.
The anti-Salmonella activity of organic acid salts has been studied in food products and poultry feed but rarely in combination with nonchemical treatments.
Now, neurologists at RUB have found that fumaric acid salts detoxify radicals released during the inflammation process, thus protecting nerve and glial cells.
The use of infrared spectroscopy to follow the decomposition of the acid-salt assumes that Beer's Law is valid during the decomposition and that the infrared absorbance of the acid salt is directly proportional to its concentration.
Metfin NC01 has been independently tested to BS7479 to meet 1000 hours of continuous exposure to an acetic acid salt spray atmosphere.
The US merchant banker Castle Harlan said it has purchased the Verdugt group of acid salt businesses from BP Amoco Plc, in conjunction with principals of US Salt, First Union Capital Partners and London-based CVC Capital Partners.
However, the alcohol and acid salt that it does form can react at high temperatures to produce water at the time of casting.
The classically trained scientist Louis Pasteur got the idea when he saw "righthanded" and "left-handed" crystal forms of a tartaric acid salt under his microscope.