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acid
(Tıp) asid

Tablet içinde, askorbik asid konsantrasyonu çok düşüktür. - The concentration of ascorbic acid in the tablet is very low.

10.5 litre nitrik aside deney için ihtiyacı vardı. - She needed 10.5 liters of nitric acid for the experiment.

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ekşime
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(Otomotiv) akü elektroliti
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asit gibi
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kırıcı
acid
asit

Bu madde, asite maruz kalmış olmalı. - The substance must be treated with acid.

Asit yağmuru hakkında dün bir makale okudum. - I read an article about acid rain yesterday.

acid
ekşi

Ananas ve limon gibi asitli meyveler ekşidir. - Acid fruits like pineapples and lemons are sour.

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iğneleyici
acid
asitli

Ananas ve limon gibi asitli meyveler ekşidir. - Acid fruits like pineapples and lemons are sour.

Limon ve misket limonu asitli meyvedir. - Lemons and limes are acidic fruits.

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(Tıp) Asid a) Turnusolün mavi rengini kırmızıya çevirmek özelliğinde olan, suda eridiği zaman hidrojen iyonları meydana getiren ve bileşimindeki hidrojenin yerine maden alarak tuz meydana getirebilen hidrojenli bileşim, hamız; b) Asid karakterli madde; c) Ekşi, asitli
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{s} iğneleyici: an acid remark iğneleyici bir söz
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İngilizce - İngilizce
An instrument for ascertaining the strength of acids
{i} instrument for measuring the amount of acid in a solution (Chemistry)
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lysergic acid diethylamide
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Any compound that can accept a pair of electrons to form a covalent bond

A compound that easily accepts an electron pair is an acid according to the definition of Lewis.

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Sour-tempered
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Denoting a musical genre that is a distortion (as if hallucinogenic) of an existing genre, as in acid house, acid jazz, acid rock
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{a} sour, sharp, like vinegar
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{n} a salt giving the sensation of sourness, formed by oxygene and some base
Acid
The acronym for the four properties guaranteed by transactions: atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability
Acid
Any chemical which undergoes dissociation in water with the formation of hydrogen ions Acids have a sour taste and may cause severe burns They turn litmus paper red and have ph values of 0 to 6 Acids will neutralize bases or alkaline media Acids will react with a base to form a salt
Acid
A normal characteristic of arabica coffees, particularly of high-growth varieties Some strains are sought for this particular taste (Kenya), which is influenced by the degree of roasting and does not seem to be objectively expressed by pH measurement Experts recognize three types of acidity: 1) natural desirable: acid, 2) natural undesirable: sour, and 3) undesirable: process acidity (sometimes sought as a substitute for natural acidity but generally has a biting, puckery flavor
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(1) Corrosive substances with pH of less than 7 0; acidity is caused by high concentrations of hydrogen ions (2) Chemicals that release hydrogen ions (H+) in solution and produce hydronium ions (H3O+) Such solutions have a sour taste, neutralize bases, and conduct electricity (3) Term applied to water with a pH of less than 7 0 on a pH scale of 0 to 14
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In chemistry, a substance capable of forming hydrogen ions when dissolved in water Acids can weaken cellulose in paper, board, and cloth, leading to embrittlement Acids may be introduced in the manufacture of library materials and may be left in intentionally (as in certain sizing) or incidentally Acids may also be introduced by migration from other materials or from atmospheric pollution Also see pH and Acid migration
Acid
A substance which releases hydrogen ions when dissolved in water Most acids will dissolve the common metals and will react with a base to form a neutral salt and water An acid is the opposite of an alkali, has a pH rating lower than 7 0, will turn litmus paper red, and has a sour taste
Acid
Any chemical that undergoes dissociation in water with the formation of hydrogen ions Acids have a sour taste and may cause severe skin burns Acids turn litmus paper red and have pH values of 0 to 6
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any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt
Acid
hydrogen containing compound that reacts with metals to form salts, and with metallic oxides and bases to form a salt and water The strength of an acid depends on the extent to which its molecules ionize, or dissociate, in water, and on the resulting concentration of hydrogen ions (H+) in solution Petroleum hydrocarbons, in the presence of oxygen and heat, can oxidize to form weak acids, which attack metals See corrosion
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A chemical substance that yields hydrogen ions (H+) when dissolved in water Compare with base
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A hydrogen-containing compound that reacts with water to produce hydrogen cations Acid chemicals are corrosive Products having a pH less than 7 on the pH scale 0-14
Acid
A chemical compound which releases hydrogen ions into water, decreasing pH Products like muriatic acid or Sodium Bisulfate (pH minus or pH down or pH decreaser) are used to lower pH and Total Alkalinity in pool water
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Any chemical compound, one element of which is hydrogen, that dissociates in solution to produce free hydrogen ions See ion For example, hydrochloric acid, HCl, dissociates in water to produce hydrogen ions, H+, and chloride ions, Cl– This reaction is expressed chemically as HCl H+ + Cl– See dissociation
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The basic properties of a database transaction: Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation, and Durability All Oracle transactions comply with these properties Atomicity - The entire sequence of actions must be either completed or aborted The transaction cannot be partially successful Consistency - The transaction takes the resources from one consistent state to another Isolation - A transaction's effect is not visible to other transactions until the transaction is committed Durability - Changes made by the committed transaction are permanent and must survive system failure
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A solution that has an excess of hydrogen ions (H+)
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n a substance with a low pH; a substance containing hydrogen that dissociates to form hydrogen ions when dissolved in water
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(bio) (biocon) A proton donor; a substance that dissociates or separates in a water solution to provide HYDROGEN IONs (H+) Acid forms a SALT when mixed with ALKALI, and is important in ANAEROBIC DIGESTION and FERMENTATION F - acide S - acido
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A substance which dissolves in water and releases hydrogen ions (H +) Acids cause irritation, bums, or more serious damage to tissue, depending on the strength of the acid, which is measured by pH (see pH)
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harsh or corrosive in tone; "an acerbic tone piercing otherwise flowery prose"; "a barrage of acid comments"; "her acrid remarks make her many enemies"; "bitter words"; "blistering criticism"; "caustic jokes about political assassination, talk-show hosts and medical ethics"; "a sulfurous denunciation"
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In chemistry, a substance capable of forming hydrogen (H+) ions when dissolved in water Acids can damage cellulose in paper, board and cloth, by weakening or breaking their molecular bonds leading to embrittlement Acids may be introduced during the manufacture of library materials, or may be present in the raw material Acids may also be introduced by migration or from atmospheric pollution They can be neutralised by an alkali to form a salt
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any substance capable of giving up a proton; a substance that ionizes in solution to give the positive ion of the solvent; a solution with a pH measurement less than 7
Acid
– any one of various hydrogen-containing molecules or ions capable of giving up a proton to a base, of accepting an unshared pair of electrons from a base, or of reacting with a base to form a salt A more limited definition restricts the acid to a hydrogen-containing substance that contains a non-metallic radical and produces hydrogen ions when placed in solution
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In a restricted sense, any substance containing hydrogen in combination with a nonmetal or nonmetallic radical and capable of producing hydrogen ions in solution
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containing acid; "an acid taste"
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street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
Acid
a chemical substance that yields hydrogen ions when dissolved in water
Acid
a substance that has a pH of less than 7, which is neutral Specifically, an acid has more free hydrogen ions (H+) than hydroxyl ions (OH-)
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A compound that dissociates to produce hydrogen (H+) cations when dissolved in water See also pH
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They are also characterized by the power of destroying the distinctive properties of alkalies or bases, combining with them to form salts, at the same time losing their own peculiar properties
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Sour, sharp, or biting to the taste; tart; having the taste of vinegar: as, acid fruits or liquors
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Of or pertaining to an acid; as, acid reaction
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Those which contain no oxygen are sometimes called hydracids in distinction from the others which are called oxygen acids or oxacids
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The drug LSD is sometimes referred to as acid. see also amino acid, hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, nucleic acid, sulphuric acid. Any substance that in water solution tastes sour, changes the colour of acid-base indicators (e.g., litmus), reacts with some metals (e.g., iron) to yield hydrogen gas, reacts with bases to form salts, and promotes certain chemical reactions (e.g., acid catalysis). Acids contain one or more hydrogen atoms that, in solution, dissociate as positively charged hydrogen ions. Inorganic, or mineral, acids include sulfuric acid, nitric acid, hydrochloric acid, and phosphoric acid. Organic acids include carboxylic acids, phenols, and sulfonic acids. Broader definitions of acids cover situations in which water is not present. See also acid-base theory. deoxyribonucleic acid lysergic acid diethylamide nicotinic acid ribonucleic acid tannic acid acetic acid acid and basic rocks acid rain acid base theory amino acid aspartic acid carbolic acid carboxylic acid citric acid fatty acid folic acid folic acid deficiency anemia formic acid glutamic acid hydrochloric acid muriatic acid lactic acid nitric acid nucleic acid oxalic acid pantothenic acid salicylic acid sulfuric acid tricarboxylic acid cycle citric acid cycle uric acid ascorbic acid
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One of a class of compounds, generally but not always distinguished by their sour taste, solubility in water, and reddening of vegetable blue or violet colors
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Any of a class of water-soluble compounds, having sour taste, that turn blue litmus red, and react with some metals to liberate hydrogen, and with bases to form salts
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Sour- tempered
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A sour substance
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{s} of or pertaining to an acid (Chemistry); having a sour taste; sarcastic, acerbic
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Also fig
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Any compound that easily donates protons
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They all contain hydrogen, united with a more negative element or radical, either alone, or more generally with oxygen, and take their names from this negative element or radical
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{i} any of a group of sour-tasting substances that dissolve in water and form salts when combined with bases (Chemistry); substance having a sour taste; acerbity, sarcasm; LSD (Slang)
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Sour, sharp, or biting to the taste; tart; having the taste of vinegar
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An acid is a chemical substance, usually a liquid, which contains hydrogen and can react with other substances to form salts. Some acids burn or dissolve other substances that they come into contact with. citric acid
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Of or pertaining to an acid; acidic
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street name for lysergic acid diethylamide any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt containing acid; "an acid taste
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An acid substance contains acid. These shrubs must have an acid, lime-free soil. + acidity acid·ity the acidity of rainwater
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Commonly used shortened form of the drug lysergic acid diethylamide, lysergic acid or LSD
acidimeter

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    () From acid +‎ -meter, from Latin acidus (“sour, acid”).

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