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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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The researchers experimented with both the acidic and alkaline electrolyzed oxidized water on fresh chicken carcasses.
Our bodies need to be alkaline so we should avoid overloading our system with acid-forming foods such as sugar, meat, dairy, white bread and pasta.
Now, even if there were such a thing as an acidic body, and even if this signaled illness, it could not be countered by drinking alkaline water.
Sony's sales of alkaline button batteries and sliver oxide button batteries total approximately 300 million(1) per year.
FDK will provide AA alkaline batteries produced with the acquired equipment to Toshiba for sale under the Toshiba brand, they said.
Normally, after eating, there are transient changes in blood pH, known as the acid and alkaline tides, that correspond to the stomach and pancreatic secretions," Virginia Worthington explains.
George Ford, Alkaline managing director, said: "We are delighted to welcome Kirsty to the team.
Cheap and effective fuel cells are achievable using alkaline anion-exchange membranes, according to a scientist from the UK's University of Surrey.
To celebrate Christmas 2006, Alkaline Creative Communications have teamed up with Northern Business Daily, to offer one lucky company pounds 2,000-worth of studio time, which can be used across any of our services.
Since Brendan and Dan broke their teeth on the vibrant Chicago punk scene of the mid 1990s, Dan went on to co-found the wildly successful horror-punk band, Alkaline Trio.
Tokyo, Japan, Mar 28, 2006 - (JCN) - Amano has begun marketing an ionized alkaline water generator, Delta 1500K.