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acidic

[ə′sid·ik]
(chemistry)
Pertaining to an acid or to its properties.
Forming an acid during a chemical process.

acidic

Said of igneous rocks containing more than 65% silica.
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It is well known that an acidic diet is associated with erosive tooth wear, however our study has shown the impact of the way in which acidic food and drinks are consumed," she said.
The scientists, from the Weizmann Institute of Science and Stanford University, explained that the acidic ocean gradually turned to a saltier one in part as the Sun got brighter and the amount of carbon dioxide in the air was reduced.
Based on your results, how would you expect acidic ocean water to affect coral reefs?
Raising the organic matter content of soil will usually move the pH of both acidic and alkaline soils toward the neutral range.
The interaction between acidic food and displaced pepsin means trouble for people trying to self-treat heartburn with apple cider vinegar and lemon juice, based on the incorrect idea that reflux is triggered by insufficient stomach acid.
the club on corrosive, goo"A dressing room that is acidic and corrosive, it's not conducive to good football.
Examples of these kinds of catalysts included acidic ion-exchange resin [4], transition metal phosphate [5] and H-mordenite [6] but are not limited to them.
It is based on the principle of making the diet acidic or basic (Vahidi and Sheikhha, 2007).
Studying the possibility of aluminum and silicone migration to acidic food simulant was the main objective of the research.
Acid rain" is a well known term that refers to the deposition of moist (rain, snow, sleet, fog, cloud water, and dew) and dry (acidifying particles and gases) acidic components.
Electrolysis is a water treatment process that produces a reduced or alkaline (high-pH) water and an oxidized or acidic (low-pH) water.