strong base

strong base

[′strȯŋ ′bās]
(chemistry)
A base with a high degree of dissociation in solution, for example, sodium hydroxide, NaOH, potassium hydroxide, KOH.
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We have a strong base of cross-border liquidity support, but at the same time, it's better to have diversity,' he said.
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BOSSES at Nuneaton's George Eliot Hospital insist they have a strong base from which to launch improvements after the latest round of government ratings.
SUS plays a central role of Nippon Steel Group, attracting growing demand for high-class steels in Thailand and serving as a strong base for exports to neighboring countries in Southeast Asia.
D&PL has strong cotton genetics, and we believe Monsanto's leadership in providing the best cotton traits can improve on this already strong base.
Begin with a strong base to support the lower back - left foot forward, right foot slightly back.
It's difficult for African-Americans to come out because, first of all, there's not a strong base that will accept them at first," explained HRC's Donna Payne.
We have a very strong base of customers in the northeastern U.
Strong base metal prices, an active junior mining play and a renewed commitment towards exploration by many of the area's mining companies are keeping mining interest alive in the Timmins region.
Roosevelt Field is a successful existing mall with a strong base of customer support from the surrounding community," said Cody Kondo, vice president and northeast general manager of Nordstrom.
Their community toolbar continues to build a strong base of active users who demonstrate unprecedented participation in IFAW campaigns.
He said, 'We have a strong base of cross-border liquidity support, but at the same time, it's better to have diversity.