acid-resistant

acid-resistant

[′as·əd rə¦zis·tənt]
(materials)
Able to withstand chemical reaction with or degeneration by acids.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Developed with a proprietary blend of Tung oil, UV blockers, fungicide, and trans-oxide pigments, Apitong Oil's water-resistant, acid-resistant formula is ideal for extending the usable service life of wood products by protecting them from the elements.
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Materials included acid-resistant tiles, valves and pipes.
This vegetarian capsule offers unique inherent acid-resistant polymer properties so the capsule resists disintegration in the stomach but opens immediately once the pH rises above 6.8--out of the acidic environment of the stomach.
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