Synsets for "acidic"

Synset: acidic.a.01

Synonyms: acidic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: being or containing an acid; of a solution having an excess of hydrogen atoms (having a pH of less than 7)

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Lemmas: acidic

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Antonyms: alkaline

    

Synset: acidic.s.02

Synonyms: acidic

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: being sour to the taste

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Lemmas: acidic acid acidulent acidulous

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Iris mandshurica It can tolerate strongly acidic or mildly acidic soils (PH levels between 5.1 and 6.5).
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Marcellus Formation Acidic runoff disrupts aquatic ecosystems, and highly acidic soil contaminated by this runoff will not support vegetation, which is unsightly, and can lead to problems with soil erosion.
Abengoa When soaking, the entire mass of feedstock is submerged in acidic liquid medium to promote bulk movement of the feedstock to provide dynamic and continuous contact of the feedstock and acidic liquid medium. To promote dynamic physical contact and dispersion of the acidic liquid medium to feedstock, the feedstock/acidic liquid medium slurry is agitated. Soaked biomass feedstock is dewatered to reduce its moisture content.
Refractory Acidic refractories consist of mostly acidic materials like alumina (AlO) and silica (SiO). They are generally not attacked or affected by acidic materials, but easily affected by basic materials. They include substances such as silica, alumina, and fire clay brick refractories. Notable reagents that can attack both alumina and silica are hydrofluoric acid, phosphoric acid, and fluorinated gases (e.g. HF, F). At high temperatures, acidic refractories may also react with limes and basic oxides.
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Glial fibrillary acidic protein Glial fibrillary acidic protein has been shown to interact with MEN1 and PSEN1.
Small acidic protein Small acidic protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the "SMAP" gene.
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Asturian cuisine Apple groves foster the production of the traditional alcoholic drink, a natural cider ("sidra"). It is a very dry cider, and unlike French or English natural ciders, uses predominantly acidic apples, rather than sweet or bittersweet. The proportions are: acidic 40%, sub-acidic 30-25%, sweet 10-15%, bittersweet 15-20%, bitter 5%.
Oral microbiology Veillonella are gram-negative anaerobic cocci. It is thought that this species thrives in the acidic environment of caries and is thought to slow the development of dental caries. It converts the acidic products of other species to less acidic products.
Brønsted–Lowry acid–base theory Some non-aqueous solvents can behave as acids. An acidic solvent will increase basicity of substances dissolved in it. For example, the compound CHCOOH is known as acetic acid because of its acidic behaviour in water. However it behaves as a base in liquid hydrogen chloride, a much more acidic solvent.
Basic oxide Metals form basic oxides and non-metals form acidic oxides.
Viruá National Park Soils are extremely poor in nutrients and highly acidic.
Campinarana The soil is low in nutrients, with highly acidic humus.