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alkaline

having the properties of or containing an alkali

alkaline

[′al·kə‚līn]
(chemistry)
Having properties of an alkali.
Having a pH greater than 7.
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Last week, Alkaline Water announced results for its Q1 2020.
BMD and serum parameters includ-ing alkaline phosphatase, calcium and phosphate levels were carried out at postgraduate Physiology laboratory of University of Health Sciences, Lahore.
Rather than purchasing bottled alkaline water, the patient chose to use concentrated alkaline drops obtained over the Internet, which can be added to drinking water to raise the pH to a level that denatures pepsin.
She regularly eats fruits and vegetables which rank the highest in alkaline content based on the Potential Renal Acid Load (PRAL) scale.
Though the company doesn't falsify information to make the public believe that their water will heal them of diseases, it has been approved by scientists that cancer cannot survive in an alkaline environment.
Frederick Kiechle, MD, and colleagues reported that alkaline phosphatase levels, either alone or in conjunction with bilirubin levels, were not useful in determining the presence of common bile duct stones.
A macro-enzyme cause of an isolated increase of alkaline phosphatase.
The alkaline residue adopted in the present work is collected from an ammonia alkali factory in Weifang, Shandong province, which is in the eastern part of China.
Proponents claim that alkaline water kills cancer cells, banishes belly fat, lubricates joints, and more.
The term "alkaline" is a measure of the pH of the water.