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Definition of the noun Alkalization
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noun - plural: alkalizations
- See alkalinization.
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The alkalization is a kind of preprocessing method used widely, which has the advantages of simple operation, low cost, obvious effect, reacting at room temperature, and is convenient to practical application [4,5]. But it is important which alkali ...
by Dinesh Kumar
alkalization: Alkalization is a next step to salinization. It takes place due to preponderance of Na ions in the exchange complex. When Na from the soluble salts ...
The Brain Without Oxygen (2007)
Causes of Failure-Physiological and Molecular Mechanisms for Survival by P.L. Lutz, G.E. Nilsson, H.M. Prentice
GABA produces an almost instantaneous extracellular alkaline transient through receptors gating an efflux, and they suggested that this GABA evoked alkalization is a concomitant of inhibitory transmission. As far as receptors are concerned ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood
alkalization the act of making alkaline. alkalizer [al'k-li′′z r] an agentthat causes alkalization. alkaloid [al'k -loid′′] oneof alarge group of small organic compounds,mainly derived from amino acids,and containing ...
by Denis J Murphy, Brian G Murray
Studies have shown thatleaves suffering from lime induced chlorosis oftenhave a highconcentration oftotalFe similar to or even greater than thatofgreen leaves, indicatinga physiological inactivation ofFein theleaf apoplast duetothe alkalization ...
by J. S. Forsyth
ALKALIZATION. (Alkalizatio, unis, f). Alkalization. The impregnation ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
alkalization (alkalinization). the process of making alkaline. alkalize (alkalinize). to make alkaline. alkalizer. an agent ...
by Casey Albert Wood
Alkalization. Alkalitiit ...
by Chapin Aaron Harris, Ferdinand James Samuel Gorgas
ALKALIZATION. The impregnation of anything with an alkaline salt. AL'KALOID. A salifiable base existing as a proximate principle in some vegetables, and possessing the properties of an alkali in a greater or less degree. AL'KANET ROOT.
Dictionary of Agronomy (1989)
by L. L. Somani
•Alkalization. A process whereby the exchangeable sodium content of the soil is increased. Alkaloid. One of a group of organic compounds found in plants, that are poisonous insoluble crystalline compounds. They contain nitrogen and usually ...
by I. C. Gupta, S. K. Gupta
Alkalization The process whereby the exchangeable sodium content of a soil is increased. Alkaloid (1) Basic substance found in plants that is usually the part of the plant that has medicinal properties. (2) An alkaline nitrogenous substance ...
Technical Dictionary (2013)
Four Languages by Eduard Webber
Alkalization (S.) to Alcalize; To make alkaline ...
One Main Object of Which, Is, to Establish a Plain and Permanent Standard Pronunciation. : To which is Prefixed a Rhetorical Grammar by Thomas Sheridan
ALKALIZATION, al-ka-ly-zisi-shi'm. s. The act of alkalizating.
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