deacidification


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de·a·cid·i·fy

 (dē′ə-sĭd′ə-fī′)
tr.v. de·a·cid·i·fied, de·a·cid·i·fy·ing, de·a·cid·i·fies
To remove the acid from or reduce the acid content of.

de′a·cid′i·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.

deacidification

(ˌdiːəˌsɪdɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
(Chemistry) a procedure that is carried out to lessen the level of acid present in paper
Translations

de·a·cid·i·fi·ca·tion

n. desadificación, neutralización de ácidos.
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For this reason, FFAs are removed from fish oil composition during the deacidification process [27].
We then do fumigation and deacidification if required and then clean the dust, dirt, varnish and stains inch by inch.
Physical deacidification was also needed to remove organic free acidity due to the product deterioration as a consequence of the use in food cooking.
Chen, "Changes of quality in the fruits of Prunus mume during deacidification by fermentation with Lactobacillus fermentium," Journal of Food Science, vol.
To solve the problems related to the acidification of the support, deacidification treatments are applied [10].
In addition, the combination of [Ca.sup.2+] ions and carboxylic anions to form insoluble salts is another approach for deacidification, which further increases the biocompatibility of PLLA scaffolds.
"Deacidification of the tin label and some physical repair to the torn paper wrapper and tin label was carried out," the Trust said.
Many of these winemakers agreed that the perception of acidity could be manipulated with some deacidification trials, and a few were willing to try the larger acid additions to the must/juice commercially in an effort to retain color post-malolactic fermentation.
At diagenetic stage, deacidification exceeds reduction in oxidizing environment and the carbon number of hydrocarbons is one less than that of biological organic matter in the process of linear acids and alcohols converting to hydrocarbons and odd carbon advantage occurs in hydrocarbons.
The most commonly used techniques for preservation and conservation in both special and academic libraries were shelving to allow free flow of air, cleaning and dusting, use of insecticides or pesticides, installation of air-conditioners and provision of adequate security systems to prevent vandalism and mutilation while the least used technique was deacidification. The most commonly used digital preservation techniques by both library types were refreshing, technology preservation, and migration.