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acid salt

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(Chemistry) chem a salt formed by partial replacement of the acidic hydrogen atoms of the parent acid
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sodium and calcium with high intensities as well as poly(dimethyl siloxane), different fatty acids, wax alcohols, alkylbenzene sulfonates and carboxylic acid salts like sodium soaps.
SAN DIEGO -- Bile acid salts in the stool may be a potential biomarker for recurrent episodes of Clostridium difficile infection, according to a preliminary study.
Contract awarded for Supply of Oxometallic acid salts
A: Kidney stones occur when tiny crystals in the urine made of mineral and acid salts stick together to form stones.
The anti-Salmonella activity of organic acid salts has been studied in food products and poultry feed, but rarely in combination with nonchemical treatments.
Solution of alginic acid salts exhibits stability at a pH between 5 and 10 at room temperature for a long time (Fig.
Studies on the effect of MAP in combination with additives mixture including natural additives and organic acid salts on the quality of pre-cooked meat products are still limited.
Commercially, gluconic acid salts are produced by three different methods; 1- Electrolytic oxidation of glucose containing a measured amount of bromide (Ambekaret al.
A PURE traditional soap consists of fatty acid salts.
Patent 5,945,394, Heavy Duty Liquid Detergent Compositions Comprising Salts of [alpha]-Sulfonated Fatty Acid Methyl Esters and Use of [alpha]-Sulfonated Fatty Acid Salts to Inhibit Redeposition of Soil on Fabric, Aug.