Basic salt

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(Chem.) a salt formed from a base or hydroxide by the partial replacement of its hydrogen by a negative or acid element or radical.

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The research group initially prepared five different structures of carbon nanotubes with varying number of walls through the CVD method and subsequently functionalized them by alkali salts to yield super stable nanofluids of each type.
FTIR analysis is also used to investigate the interactions between polymer molecular chains, having ether (or ester) oxide groups, and alkali salts (9-11).
After the hydrolysis of the oil sample the unsaponifiable material has to be separated from the mixture of fatty acid alkali salts, glycerol, excess of alkali, and solvent used.