acidify

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to make something acid or sour; to convert into an acid; to neutralize alkalis, as to acidify sugar
to sour, to embitter

His thin existence all acidified into rage. - Thomas Carlyle.

to change into acid
{v} to make or become acid, to convert into an acid by combination with oxygene
turn acidic; "the solution acetified"
make sour or more sour
To sour; to imbitter
make something acid or sour, to convert into an acid, to neutralize alkalis, as to acidify sugar
To make acid; to convert into an acid; as, to acidify sugar
to become an acid or make something become an acid
{f} make or become acid; change into acid; make sour
turn acidic; "the solution acetified
acidification
{n} the act of acidifying
Acidification
Raising the acidity (lowering the pH) of a fluid by adding an acid
Acidification
The process of becoming acidic For example, as acid rain falls on a lake over the many years, the pH of the lake itself may drop (become more acidic); this process is called acidification
Acidification
is a process which occurs as a result of the deposition of atmospheric (air-borne) pollution containing acid-forming substances and ozone Acidification leads to damage to forests, heathlands, terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, agriculture, public health, buildings and materials The acid forming substances are: Sulphur dioxide (SO2); Nitrogen oxides (NOx); Ammonia (NH3) The ozone-forming substances are: Volatile organic compounds (VOCs); Nitrogen oxides (Nox)
Acidification
Process of becoming more acid pH 7 is neutral, above this is alkaline below pH 6 is acidic i e Acidification of the soil
Acidification
The addition of acid (usually tartaric) during fermentation, frequently necessary in hot climates where grapes tend to overripen and become deficient in acidity, thereby losing freshness
Acidification
- Changes in chemistry in an area that lead to a more acidic environment (e g acid rain)
Acidification
The most important substances contributing to acidification are SO2 and NOX These are released into the atmosphere when fossil fuels such as oil and coal are combusted Air pollution with these substances leads to acid deposition (acid rain) that can pollute forests, lakes and rivers, as well as buildings
Acidification
The process of lowering the pH of a solution until it falls below 7 0 pH
Acidification
Raising the acidity (lowering the pH) of a fluid by adding an acid ADVANCE \x 540
Acidification
The most important substances contributing to acidification are and They are emitted to the atmosphere when fossil fuels such as oil and coal are combusted Air pollution by these substances leads to acid deposition (acid rain) that can damage forests, lakes and rivers as well as buildings
Acidification
the decrease of acid neutralizing capacity in water or base saturation in soil caused by natural or anthropogenic processes
Acidification
the process of becoming acid or being converted into an acid
Acidification
on unusually hot years or after late grape harvests resulting in over-ripe grapes, an acidification process may be necessary : some tartaric acid is then added to the must of the grapes
Acidification
Refers to reducing something's pH, making it more acidic; also means the loss of ANC
Acidification
Fall in the pH of soil and water due to precipitation containing dissolved ammonium compounds, sulphur and nitrogen oxides; an indirect cause of forest damage
Acidification
The process by which rivers, lakes, rain, and other natural features become affected by excess acid For example, nitrogen dioxide may form toxic organic nitrates, which contribute to acid rain and the acidification of ground and surface water
acidification
{i} process of making or becoming acid
acidification
The act or process of acidifying, or changing into an acid
acidification
The act or process of making something sour (acidifying), or changing into an acid
acidified
past of acidify
acidifies
third-person singular of acidify
acidifying
present participle of acidify
acidify

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    Telaffuz

    /əˈsədəˌfī/ /əˈsɪdəˌfaɪ/

    Etimoloji

    [ -"fI ] (transitive verb.) 1797. From acid +‎ -fy, from Latin acidus (“sour, acid”); compare French acidifier.

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