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ka

abbr.
cathode

ka

(kɑː)
n
(Non-European Myth & Legend) (in ancient Egypt) an attendant spirit supposedly dwelling as a vital force in a man or statue
[from Egyptian]

ka

(kɑ)

n.
the spiritual part of an individual believed by ancient Egyptians to survive the body after death.
[1890–95; < Egyptian k']

ka-

var. of ker-.
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Acid dissociation constants are important physicochemical parameters, which can provide critical information about drug properties such as solubility, lipophilicity, acidity [1-3], transport behavior, bonding to receptors [2-4], and permeability [5].
I Holdsworth, Potentiometric determination of acid dissociation constants of novel biaryl monomers.
The solventeffect on the acid dissociation constants of a ligand [87] can be summarized as follows.