alkalinity


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alkalinity

[‚al·kə′lin·ə·dē]
(chemistry)
The property of having excess hydroxide ions in solution.

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A unit of illumination equal to 1 lumen per square centimeter. Abbr. ph.
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The negative relationship of alkalinity indicates isopod infestation decreases with increase in alkalinity of water and -0.
The alkalinity was controlled within the range established using calcium hydroxide to adjust the alkalinity of the treatments, with a tolerance of 10 mg x [L.
2005) for pH (Orion J Star pH Benchtop, Thermo Scientific, Singapore), electrical conductance (Orion 3 Star Conductivity Benchtop, Thermo Scientific, Singapore), total alkalinity (acidimetry to pH 4.
On the other hand, it is assumed that hardness of water higher than its alkalinity (CH/TA ratio > 1) is harmless to fish growth (BOYD, 1979).
The applications of the different liming blends to the culture water have significantly increased its total alkalinity compared with the acidified non-limed tanks.
Amount of carbonates and alkalinity of the biochars were determined according to the methods used in Yuan et al.
The mean seasonal total alkalinity recorded in all the locations showed that Gisenyi has the highest total alkalinity than Cyangugu and Kibuye respectively.
3]-N using spectrophotometer while DO, BOD, total hardness, total alkalinity and chloride were evaluated by burette titration.