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carbonic

(kɑːˈbɒnɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) (of a compound) containing carbon, esp tetravalent carbon

car•bon•ic

(kɑrˈbɒn ɪk)

adj.
containing tetravalent carbon.
[1785–95]
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Adj.1.carbonic - relating to or consisting of or yielding carbon
Translations

carbonic

adjKohlen-

carbonic

:
carbonic acid
nKohlensäure f
carbonic oxide
nKohlenmonoxid nt

carbonic

[kɑːˈbɒnɪk] adjcarbonico/a

car·bon·ic

a. carbónico-a;
de carbono.
References in classic literature ?
of the former and contains nearly an equal volume of carbonic acid, produced by the combustion of the elements of the blood.
Caustic potash has a great affinity for carbonic acid; and it is sufficient to shake it in order for it to seize upon the acid and form bicarbonate of potassium.
Indeed, each man consumes, in one hour, the oxygen contained in more than 176 pints of air, and this air, charged (as then) with a nearly equal quantity of carbonic acid, becomes unbreathable.
Would he obtain air by chemical means, in getting by heat the oxygen contained in chlorate of potash, and in absorbing carbonic acid by caustic potash?
But it was not enough to renew the oxygen; they must absorb the carbonic acid produced by expiration.
Bubbles of carbonic acid gas will rise to the surface and burst, and make rings two or three feet wide.
But good society, floated on gossamer wings of light irony, is of very expensive production; requiring nothing less than a wide and arduous national life condensed in unfragrant deafening factories, cramping itself in mines, sweating at furnaces, grinding, hammering, weaving under more or less oppression of carbonic acid, or else, spread over sheepwalks, and scattered in lonely houses and huts on the clayey or chalky corn-lands, where the rainy days look dreary.
Recovered CO2 from Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation's Mizushima Plant used to produce liquefied carbonic acid gas
Summary: The current study was aimed to evaluate the inhibitory activity of ethyl acetate and n-hexane fractions of Screlotium rolfsii and Aspergillus flavus against carbonic anhydrase-II and urease enzymes.
The most widely prescribed glaucoma drugs include the prostaglandin analogs (PGAs) that lower IOP by increasing the aqueous drainage through the unconventional uveoscleral outflow pathway, whereas the non-PGA drug classes such as the beta blockers, alpha agonists, and carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, lower IOP by decreasing the production of aqueous humor.
Objectives: To investigate the relationship between serum carbonic anhydrase I-II (CA-I and II) autoantibody levels and diabetic retinopathy (DRP) in cases with type 1 diabetes.
The expression of carbonic anhydrase IX (CA IX) and vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) was analyzed by immunohistochemistry.