bicarbonate

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the univalent anion HCO3; any salt of carbonic acid in which only one of the hydrogen atoms has been replaced
sodium bicarbonate used as a mild antacid; bicarbonate of soda
A substance that is normally present in the blood which is measured in the biochemistry blood test A low blood level of bicarbonate shows there is too much acid in the blood
An acid carbonate (099)
A carbonate in which but half the hydrogen of the acid is replaced by a positive element or radical, thus making the proportion of the acid to the positive or basic portion twice what it is in the normal carbonates; an acid carbonate; sometimes called supercarbonate
A salt of carbonic acid (i e HCO3) Having an HCO3 group, such as sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3)
In acid-base determinations the concentration (in milliequivalents per liter) of the bicarbonate ion (HCO3-) is calculated from the PCO2 and pH Because it is also altered by both the respiratory and the metabolic components (see below under Physiology), it cannot be an ideal measure of either
Electrolyte fluid which is used to normalise the body's acidity level Most renal patients are acidotic and are dialysed with bicarbonate
an acidic sodium salt (formula: NaHCO3) of carbonic acid having buffer properties
a salt of carbonic acid (containing the anion HCO3) in which one hydrogen atom has been replaced; an acid carbonate
A substance that may be given to an infant to neutralize excess acid in the blood
the univalent anion HCO{3}; any salt of carbonic acid in which only one of the hydrogen atoms has been replaced
Essential for regulating vital functions and one of the important buffers necessary to maintain normal acid-base balance in the body Body metabolism results in mainly acid production, and neutralizing some of such acids is its constant activity, thus it plays a key role in metabolic acidosis or alkalosis Bicarbonate may be lost through watery feces, or can decrease when lungs cannot expel carbon dioxide
{i} baking soda
sodium bicarbonate used as a mild antacid; bicabronate of soda
A central buffering agent in blood
bicarbonate of soda
sodium bicarbonate
bicarbonate of soda
baking soda, sodium bicarbonate
bicarbonate of soda
Bicarbonate of soda is a white powder which is used in baking to make cakes rise, and also as a medicine for your stomach. a chemical substance used especially in baking, and sometimes taken with water as a medicine = baking soda. or sodium bicarbonate or baking soda Inorganic compound, white, crystalline salt of sodium, chemical formula NaHCO3. It is a weak base and dissociates into water and carbon dioxide gas as it dissolves in the presence of hydrogen ions. In addition to household uses as an antacid, cleaner, and deodorizer, it is used in manufacturing effervescent salts and beverages and baking powder. Industrial uses include production of other sodium salts, treatment of wool and silk, and use in pharmaceuticals, sponge rubber, fire extinguishers, cleaners, lab reagents, mouthwash, and gold and platinum plating
bicarbonate of soda
a white soluble compound (NaHCO3) used in effervescent drinks and in baking powders and as an antacid
ammonium bicarbonate
NH4HCO3; a white powder with properties similar to those of ammonium carbonate
potassium bicarbonate
An odorless, slightly basic substance which is soluble in water and often used to offset acidity
sodium bicarbonate
This salt used in cooking as a raising agent, as an antacid, a cleaner, etc
sodium bicarbonate
A salt of sodium hydroxide and carbonic acid, NaHCO3
A bicarbonate
supercarbonate
ammonium bicarbonate
A white crystalline salt, bicarbonate of ammonium, NH, used in fire-extinguishing compounds and in baking powder
bicarbonates
plural of bicarbonate
calcium bicarbonate
a bicarbonate that is a major cause of hard water
magnesium bicarbonate
a bicarbonate that is a major cause of hard water
potassium bicarbonate
a crystalline salt (KHCO3) that is used in baking powder and as an antacid
potassium bicarbonate
A compound, KHCO, in the form of a white powder or colorless crystals, used in baking powder and as an antacid medicine
sodium bicarbonate
Bicarbonate of soda or baking soda A weak alkali used to set reactive dyes by steaming or ironing
sodium bicarbonate
(Baking soda) a white crystaline powder Soothing, water softening, effervescent, deodorizing, stimulating Draws oils and impurities from the skin
sodium bicarbonate
salt in the form of powder used as a key component in baking powder and self-rising flower, substance dissolved and used in making carbonated beverages
sodium bicarbonate
a white powder used in baking to make cakes, biscuits etc lighter, or for cleaning things = baking soda
sodium bicarbonate
bicarbonate of soda: a white soluble compound (NaHCO3) used in effervescent drinks and in baking powders and as an antacid
sodium bicarbonate
A chemical used to raise total alkalinity in pool and spa water with only a slight affect on the pH
sodium bicarbonate
Whitening Agent! - Abrasive polishing agent
sodium bicarbonate
Bicarbonate of soda or more commonly known as baking soda A mild alkali used to set reactive dyes by steaming or ironing
sodium bicarbonate
A chemical, Baking Soda, that raises total alkalinity and has little effect on pH
sodium bicarbonate
(Baking Soda or Bicarb) - A chemical used to raise total alkalinity in pool and spa water with only a slight affect on the pH
sodium bicarbonate
Also known as baking soda Used to increase the total alkalinity level of pool water
sodium bicarbonate
(NaHCO3)- Added to water to increase the Total Alkalinity The water treatment grade of Sodium Bicarbonate is used in pool water The baking grade (baking soda) is use for cooking The two grades do not share the same physical characteristics, and should not be interchanged
sodium bicarbonate
A salt used as a buffering agent; soothes, softens and smooths skin
sodium bicarbonate
sodium acid carbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, baking soda The chemical used to raise the total alkalinity of the water Creates a buffer and helps stabilize the pH in the ideal range Not the same chemical as sodium carbonate or soda ash
sodium bicarbonate
Chemical used to raise total alkalinity of water with slight effect on pH
Türkçe - İngilizce
bicarb
bicarbonate

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    bi·car·bo·nate

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    baykärbınıt

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    /bīˈkärbənət/ /baɪˈkɑːrbənət/

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    [ (")bI-'kär-b&-"nAt, - ] (noun.) 1819. bi- +‎ carbonate

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