alkali

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Mimarlık) alkali baz
alkali
alkalik
(Tıp) (Alkalies). Kalevi, alkali: a) Bitki küllerinden elde edilen ve geniş ölçüde potasyum karbonat ve sodyum karbonat (deniz bitkileri) taşıyan tuzları anlatmak için eskiden kullanılan terim; b) Baz özelliğinde ve asitleri nötralleştirebilen maddelerin jenerik adı
i., kim. alkali
{i} baz
(Diş Hekimliği) bazik karakterde
{i} alkali metal

Kalsiyum bir alkali metal değildir. - Calcium is not an alkali metal.

Berilyum, magnezyum, kalsiyum, stronsiyum, baryum ve radyum toprak alkali metalleridir. - Beryllium, magnesium, calcium, strontium, barium and radium are alkaline earth metals.

alkali bee
alkali arısı
alkali cellulose
alkali selüloz
alkali fastness
alkali haslığı
alkali metal
alkali metal
alkali metals
alkali metaller
alkali reserve
alkali rezerve
alkali resistant
alkaliye karşı dayanıklı
alkali bee
alkalı arısı
alkali basalt
alkali bazalt
alkali binding agent
(Tekstil) alkali bağlar maddeleri
alkali cellulose
(Tekstil) alkali selülozu
alkali content
(Tekstil) alkali muhtevası
alkali fastness
(Tekstil) alkali haslığı, baz haslığı
alkali feldispar
alkali feldispat
alkali metal
(Tekstil) alkalik madenler
alkali proof
(Tekstil) alkaliye dayanıklı
alkali resistance
(Mimarlık) alkali dayanımı
alkali resistant
(Tekstil) alkaliye dayanıklı
alkali rock
alkali kayaç
alkali salt
(Tekstil) alkalin tuzu
alkali solution
(Fizik) alkali çözelti
alkali solution
(Kimya) alkali solüsyon
alkali-calcic series
alkali-kalsik seri
reserve alkali
(Biyokimya) yedek alkali
alkalimeter
alkaliölçer
caustic alkali
kostik alkali
active alkali
(Matbaacılık, Basımcılık) aktif alkali
calc-alkali rock
kalk-alkali kayaç
caustic alkali
yakıcı alkali
caustic alkali
(Tekstil) alkali hidroksit
caustic alkali
hidroksitli alkali
excess of alkali
(Tekstil) alkali fazlalığı
fasness to alkali
(Tekstil) alkali haslığı
fast alkali
alkaliye dayanıklı
fast to alkali
(Tekstil) alkaliye dayanıklı
fastness to alkali
(Tekstil) alkaliye dayanıklı
free alkali
(Tekstil) alkalisiz
mineral alkali
sodyum karbonat
resistance to alkali
(Tekstil) alkaliye dayanıklılık
surplus of alkali
(Tekstil) alkali fazlalığı
susceptible to alkali
(Tekstil) alkaliye hassas
volatile alkali
(Tekstil) amonyak ( nışadır ruhu )
Türkçe - Türkçe
Alkali metallerin hidroksitleriyle amonyum hidroksitin genel adı. Bu maddelerde, asitlerin kırmızıya çevirmiş olduğu bitkisel mavi rengi eski durumuna döndürme özelliği vardır
Amonyak çözeltisi
Oksitlenmelerini sodyum, lityum, potasyum, rubidyum, sezyum elementlerinin sağlandığı metaller
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Alkali metallerin hidroksitleriyle amonyum hidroksitin genel adı
alkali metaller
Oksitlenmelerini sodyum, lityum, potasyum, rubidyum, sezyum elementlerinin sağladığı metaller
İngilizce - İngilizce
Soda ash; caustic soda, caustic potash, etc
Soluble mineral matter, other than common salt, contained in soils of natural waters
One of a class of caustic bases, such as soda, potash, ammonia, and lithia, whose distinguishing peculiarities are solubility in alcohol and water, uniting with oils and fats to form soap, neutralizing and forming salts with acids, turning to brown several vegetable yellows, and changing reddened litmus to blue
anything that will neutralize an acid, as lime, magnesia, etc
{n} a salt of an acrid, or caustic taste of, three kinds; vegetable fixed alkali, as potash; mineral fixed alkali, as soda; and volatile alkali, as ammoniac
In chemistry, a substance capable of forming hydroxyl (OH-) ions when dissolved in water Alkaline materials may be added to materials to neutralise acids or as an alkaline reserve or buffer for the purpose of counteracting acids which may form in the future While a number of chemicals may be used as alkaline buffers, the most common used in paper conservation are magnesium carbonate or calcium carbonate Alkalis can be neutralised by an acid to form a salt
A chemical substance which effectively neutralizes acid material so as to form neutral salts A base The opposite of acid Examples are ammonia and caustic soda
A Substance which neutralizes acids; calcium, potassium or sodium
A soluble hydroxide of a metal substance which can be used to neutralizes acids
Any chemical substance that forms soluble soaps with fatty acids Alkalis are also referred to as bases They may cause severe burns to the skin Alkalis turn litmus paper blue and have pH values from 8 to l4
(chem) (biocon) Any of various BASEs, which neutralize ACID to form SALT Bases are important in maintaining the chemical balance in a BIOGAS DIGESTER F - alcali S - alcali
Historically, a compound that neutralizes acids Now known as a base
Any strongly basic substance of hydroxide and carbonate, such as soda, potash, etc , that is soluble in water and increases the pH of a solution
Any substance that in water solution is bitter, more or less irritating, or caustic to the skin Strong alkalies in solution are corrosive to the skin and mucous membranes
A molecular or ionic substance that can combine with a proton to produce a new compound (soaps, salts) A compound having highly basic properties, that readily ionises in aqueous solutions to yield OH anions, with a pH of above 7
A soluble mineral salt
A substance that is the chemical opposite of an acid
Also called base - A Class of compounds which will react with an acid to give a salt Alkali is the opposite of acid
any substance having basic (as opposed to acidic) properties In a restricted sense it is applied to the hydroxides of ammonium, lithium, potassium and sodium Alkaline materials in lubricating oils neutralize acids to prevent acidic and corrosive wear in internal combustion engines
An alkaline, or "basic," chemical substance such as lime or lye Generally present in fresh cement, concrete, or plaster
In glassmaking, a soluble salt consisting mainly of potassium carbonate or sodium carbonate It is one of the essential ingredients of glass, generally accounting for about 15-20 percent of the batch The alkali is a flux, which reduces the melting point of the major constituent of glass, silica
any of various water-soluble compounds capable of turning litmus blue and reacting with an acid to form a salt and water; "bases include oxides and hydroxides of metals and ammonia"
any base or hydroxide having the following properties: (1) solubility in water, (2) the power of neutralizing acids, and (3) the property of altering the tint of many coloring matters
Any compound having highly basic properties; i e , one that readily ionizes in aqueous solution to yield OH anions, with a pH above 7 0, and turns litmus paper blue Common commercial alkalis are sodium carbonate (soda ash), caustic soda and caustic potash, lime, lye, waterglass, regular mortar, portland cement, and bicarbonate of soda
a soluble mineral salt or a mixture of soluble salts, present in some soils, esp in arid regions, and detrimental to the growing of most crops
a mixture of soluble salts found in arid soils and some bodies of water; detrimental to agriculture
an acid-neutralizing substance (sodium bicarbonate is an alkali used for excess acidity in foods)
A chemical that: 1) is usually corrosive to human tissue and must be handled with care; 2) has a pH of more than 7 0; 3) neutralizes acids to form salts; 4) dissociates in water yielding hydroxide ions; 5) turns litmus paper blue; and 6) may also be called a base or caustic Common commercial alkalis are sodium carbonate (soda ash), caustic soda and caustic potash, lime, lye, waterglass, regular mortar, Portland cement, and bicarbonate of soda See Acid; Base; pH
Mineral salt found in soil
Same as Base A substance which dissolves in water and releases a hydroxyl ion (OH-); it has the ability to neutralize an acid and form a salt Strong alkalis are irritating and may damage tissue (see Caustic)
Alkalis form chemical salts when they are combined with acids. acid. a substance that forms a chemical salt when combined with an acid (al-qili ). Inorganic compound, any soluble hydroxide (OH) of the alkali metals: lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, and cesium. More broadly, ammonium hydroxide (see ammonia) and soluble hydroxides of the alkaline earth metals are also called alkalies. Strong bases that turn litmus paper blue, they react with acids to yield salts, are caustic, and in concentrated form corrode tissues. Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) and potassium hydroxide (caustic potash) are very important industrial chemicals, used in the manufacture of soaps, glass, and many other products. The mineral trona, a compound of sodium carbonate and bicarbonate, is one naturally occurring alkali. It may be mined or recovered from dry lake beds
Alkalis form chemical salts when they are combined with acids. ¡Ù acid. a substance that forms a chemical salt when combined with an acid (al-qili ). Inorganic compound, any soluble hydroxide (OH) of the alkali metals: lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, and cesium. More broadly, ammonium hydroxide (see ammonia) and soluble hydroxides of the alkaline earth metals are also called alkalies. Strong bases that turn litmus paper blue, they react with acids to yield salts, are caustic, and in concentrated form corrode tissues. Sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) and potassium hydroxide (caustic potash) are very important industrial chemicals, used in the manufacture of soaps, glass, and many other products. The mineral trona, a compound of sodium carbonate and bicarbonate, is one naturally occurring alkali. It may be mined or recovered from dry lake beds
An alkali is a substance with a pH value of more than
{i} soluble base, any of a class of bases which neutralize acids to form salts (Chemistry)
alkali metal
Any of the soft, light, reactive metals of Group 1 of the periodic table; lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, and francium
alkali metals
plural form of alkali metal
alkali feldspar
Any of several common silicate minerals that often occur as whitish to variously coloured, glassy crystals. The alkali feldspars may be regarded as mixtures of sodium aluminosilicate (NaAlSi3O8) and potassium aluminosilicate (KAlSi3O8). Both the sodium and potassium aluminosilicates have several distinct forms, each with a different structure. Alkali feldspars are used in the manufacture of glass and ceramics; transparent, highly coloured, or iridescent varieties are sometimes used as gemstones. They are primarily important, however, as constituents of rocks (see plagioclase)
alkali flat
A sterile plain, containing an excess of alkali, at the bottom of an undrained basin in an arid region; a playa
alkali grass
plant of western North America having grasslike leaves and greenish-white flowers
alkali metal
A metal in Group IA Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, and Fr
alkali metal
any of the monovalent metals of group I of the periodic table (lithium or sodium or potassium or rubidium or cesium or francium); "the hydroxides of the alkali metals are strongly alkaline
alkali metal
a Group 1A metal (2 8; 18 2)
alkali metal
A metal from the first row of the periodic table Sodium (Na), potassium (K) and lithium (Li) are the most common Their salts melt when subjected to high temperatures, and their hydroxides are all soluble and form strong basic corrosives (pH = 14) These metals have characteristic flame colors
alkali metal
Any of these metals: Li (litium), Na (sodium), K (potassium), Rb (Rubidium), Cs (Cesium), and Fr (francium)
alkali metal
a metal in group IA of the periodic table that form strongly alkaline hydroxides (lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, francium)
alkali metal
Any of a group of soft, white, low-density, low-melting, highly reactive metallic elements, including lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, and francium. Any of the six chemical elements in the leftmost group of the periodic table (lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, cesium, and francium). They form alkalies when they combine with other elements. Because their atoms have only one electron in the outermost shell, they are very reactive chemically (they react rapidly, even violently, with water), form numerous compounds, and are never found free in nature
alkali metal
A metal in Group IA, such as Li, Na, K, and so on
alkali metals
any of the metals of group l of the periodic table
alkali poisoning
poisoning resulting from the ingestion of an alkali compound (as lye or ammonia)
alkali soil
Black alkali is so called because water containing it dissolves humus, forming a dark-colored solution which, when it collects in puddles and evaporates, produces characteristic black spots
alkali soil
Any one of various soils found in arid and semiarid regions, containing an unusual amount of soluble mineral salts which effloresce in the form of a powder or crust (usually white) in dry weather following rains or irrigation
alkali soil
The basis of these salts is mainly soda with a smaller amount of potash, and usually a little lime and magnesia
alkali soil
Two main classes of alkali are commonly distinguished: black alkali, which may be any alkaline carbonate, but which practically consists of sodium carbonate (sal soda), which is highly corrosive and destructive to vegetation; and white alkali, characterized by the presence of sodium sulphate (Glauber's salt), which is less injurious to vegetation
alkali soils
soil located in arid regions which contains minerals
alkali waste
Waste material from the manufacture of alkali; specif
alkali waste
soda waste
chlor alkali process
(chemical engineering) An industrial chemical process based on the electrolysis of sodium chloride for the production of sodium hydroxide and chlorine
alkalies
plural of alkali
alkalimeter
{i} device which measures the amount of carbon dioxide in a substance (Chemistry)
alkalimeter
A device used to measure alkalinity
alkalimeter
An instrument to ascertain the strength of alkalies, or the quantity of alkali in a mixture
alkalis
plural of alkali
alkali

    Heceleme

    al·ka·li

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    älkılay

    Eş anlamlılar

    base, antacid, caustic soda, salt

    Zıt anlamlılar

    acid

    Telaffuz

    /ˈalkəˌlī/ /ˈælkəˌlaɪ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'al-k&-"lI ] (noun.) 14th century. French alcali, ultimately from Arabic القلي (al-qilī, “ashes of the saltwort”), from قلى (qalā, “to roast in a pan, fry”).

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