deacidification


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deacidification

[‚dē·ə‚sid·ə·fə′kā·shən]
(chemistry)
Removal of acid.
A process for reducing acidity.
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Carrying out the mass deacidification of written cultural belt in the tib.
The so-called deacidification of paper materials consists in the neutralization of the acidic groups, that is, the carboxylic functions, by formation of water-insoluble salts.
In order to reduce the unpleasant odor of noni juice but at the same time conserve the antioxidants during the deacidification process, it is important to understand the interaction of both unpleasant odor compounds of organic acids and antioxidants with ion exchange resins.
However, several of these wines were later used for deacidification trials, and the results did provide some validation for commercial winemakers to deacidify post-MLF to improve a wine's final quality and style.
van Breemen N (1975) Acidification and deacidification of coastal plain soils as a result of periodic flooding.
A process is used for the deacidification of a vegetable oil in which the major acid of the vegetable oil is from the group comprised of epoxy fatty acids, hydroxy fatty acids, linoleic acid, and oleic acid [1].
Cheradame, "Mass deacidification of papers and books: V Fungistatic properties of papers treated with aminoalkylalkoxysilanes," Journal of Cultural Heritage, vol.
(63-66) Since the solvent extraction was extensively used for deacidification and enriching PG, (44-46), (67-71) in the modification process applied in the present study, the triglyceride portion of PG was removed by solvent extraction for avoiding the tackiness of the film.
She administers the libraries' preservation program for physical collections, including conservation, binding, mass deacidification, digitization, environmental monitoring, and disaster preparedness.
Though deacidification was widely used--by both Jews and non-Jews--to doctor a bad vintage, Jews were unfairly "scapegoated.
After that, the crude oil obtained is refined; these stages are degumming, deacidification, bleaching, and finally deodorizing.
Grape seed oil deacidification by molecular distillation: Analysis of operative variables influence using the response surface methodology.