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Definition of the noun Neutralizer

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noun - plural: neutralizers

  1. That which neutralizes.

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Google previewAmerican Printer and Lithographer (1916)

Thus in the DeVinne pressroom it has been proven conclusively that the Chapman Electric Neutralizer is an absolutely necessary part of the equipment. The twenty-six presses which are equipped with Chapman Neutralizers give an ...

Google previewThe Butter Industry (1920)

Prepared for the Use of Creameries, Dairy Students and Pure Food Departments by Otto Frederick Hunziker

Our Special Dairy Lime The Ideal Cream Neutralizer is a lime of the highest quality and has been found the best available and most suitable for this purpose. Ask for prices— address "Industrial Dept." The Kelley Island Lime & Transport Co.

Google previewMind and Body (1927)

What we need to remember in cases of acid or alkali poisoning is that we must first give a neutralizer, hence if it is acid that is swallowed the antidote or neutralizer is an Alkali such as Lime Water, Aromatic Spirits of Ammonia ( teaspoonful in ...

Google previewManagement (2013)

by Richard L. Daft

fouower: and a relati'mShiP leader style fits a higher' ' A neutralizer is a situational variable that counteracts readiness fouower~ a ...

Google previewUnderstanding Management (2012)

by Richard L. Daft, Dorothy Marcic

ln Fiedler's contingency theory, the suit- ' A neutralizer is a situational variable ability of a leader's style is determined that counteracts a leadership style by whether the situation is considered and prevents the leader from displayfavorable or ...

Google previewMathematical Methods for Wave Phenomena (2012)

by Norman Bleistein

The simplest type of neutralizer is a function q = q(t, a1 , a2) that depends on two parameters oil and ( 12, with a, ...

Google previewKinesiology (2016)

The Skeletal System and Muscle Function by Joseph E. Muscolino

A neutralizer is a muscle (or other force) that can stop an unwanted action at the mobile attachment of the muscle that is working. ❍ In the terminology system of origin/insertion, neutralizer muscles work at the insertion. ❍ Once the concept of ...

Google previewIndustrial Power Engineering Handbook (2001)

by KC Agrawal

Generally, the Petersen coil neutralizer is a high-reactance grounding and is also termed resonant grounding, ...

Google previewManagement: Challenges for Tomorrow's Leaders (2006)

by Pamela Lewis, Stephen Goodman, Patricia Fandt, Joseph Michlitsch

A neutralizer is a condition that counteracts leader behavior or prevents the leader from having an effect on a follower or a specific situation.30 Follower characteristics that can serve as leadership substitutes include a high level of experience, ...

Google previewA Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients (2010)

Complete Information About the Harmful and Desirable Ingredients in Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals by Ruth Winter

PERMANENT WAVE NEUTRALIZER • Used to neutralize the acids that curl the hair (see Permanent Waves). May contain sodium perborate, bromates, or sodium hexametaphosphate (see all). Before 1940, bromate poisoning was rare, but ...

Google previewThe Wizard of Food's Encyclopedia of Kitchen & Cooking Secrets (2010)

by Myles H. Bader

NEUTRALIZER. Drinking malty, high alcohol content beer may neutralize capsaicin, the spice in hot peppers. The hot pepper chemical is literally dissolved by alcohol. Water will not do the trick, but dairy products will temporarily reduce the ...

Google previewA Consumerýs Dictionary of Household, Yard and Office Chemicals (2007)

Complete Information About Harmful and Desirable Chemicals Found in Everyday Home Products, Yard Poisons, and Office Polluters by Ruth Winter

A neutralizer in permanent wave lotions. Odorless and colorless; either crystals or powder.

Google previewDictionary of Ceramic Science and Engineering (2012)

by Loran O'Bannon

neutralizer. (1) A dilute alkaline solution employed as a treatment in the preparation of sheet-metal ware for porcelain enameling in which acids remaining on the ware ...

Google previewFood & Fitness: A Dictionary of Diet & Exercise (2017)

by Michael Kent

bicarbonate, as a raising agent and acid neutralizer) • bulking agents (e.g. guar gum, ...

Google previewDictionary of Chemistry

calibration 47 calorimeter constant washes and also as a whitener and neutralizer in cosmetics. It has no known toxicity. calibration the checking, adjusting, or systematic standardizing of the graduations of a quantitative measuring instrument.

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Scrabble value of N1E1U1T1R1A1L1I1Z10E1R1

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