dealkalization

dealkalization

[dē‚al·kə·lə′zā·shən]
(chemistry)
Removal of alkali.
Reduction of alkalinity, as in the process of neutralization.
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A phenolphthalein solution was used to check the depth of loss of alkali in the specimen termed as 'depth of dealkalization' by spraying it on freshly cut surface of specimen.
RO membranes do not need to be regenerated using the acid or caustic chemicals used in conventional dealkalization or demineralisation plants.