Synsets for "acid-forming"

Synset: acid-forming.s.01

Synonyms: acid-forming

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: yielding an acid in aqueous solution

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Todorokite Todorokite is soluble in hydrochloric acid (HCl) with the evolution of chlorine (Cl), and in concentrated sulfuric acid (HSO) forming a purple-red solution. It is also soluble in nitric acid (HNO) forming a residue of manganese dioxide (MnO).
Boric acid Boric acid is soluble in boiling water. When heated above 170 °C, it dehydrates, forming "metaboric acid" (HBO):
L-amino-acid alpha-ligase This enzyme belongs to the family of ligases, specifically those forming carbon-nitrogen bonds as acid-D-amino-acid ligases (peptide synthases). The systematic name of this enzyme class is L-amino acid:L-amino acid ligase (ADP-forming). Other names in common use include L-amino acid alpha-ligase, bacilysin synthetase, YwfE, and L-amino acid ligase.
Acid–base reaction Here, one molecule of water acts as an acid, donating an H and forming the conjugate base, OH, and a second molecule of water acts as a base, accepting the H ion and forming the conjugate acid, HO.
Acid—CoA ligase (GDP-forming) In enzymology, an acid-CoA ligase (GDP-forming) () is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction
Boric acid Metaboric acid is a white, cubic crystalline solid and is only slightly soluble in water. Metaboric acid melts at about 236 °C, and when heated above about 300 °C further dehydrates, forming "tetraboric acid" or "pyroboric acid" (HBO):
Benzoic acid Concern has been expressed that benzoic acid and its salts may react with ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in some soft drinks, forming small quantities of benzene.
Tubulin—tyrosine ligase This enzyme belongs to the family of ligases, specifically those forming carbon-nitrogen bonds as acid-D-amino-acid ligases (peptide synthases). The systematic name of this enzyme class is alpha-tubulin:L-tyrosine ligase (ADP-forming).
Acid rain Carbonic acid then can ionize in water forming low concentrations of hydronium and carbonate ions:
Selenic acid Hot, concentrated selenic acid reacts with gold, forming a reddish-yellow solution of gold(III) selenate:
NOx Mono-nitrogen oxides eventually form nitric acid when dissolved in atmospheric moisture, forming a component of acid rain. This chemical reaction occurs when nitrogen dioxide reacts with water:
Zinc nitrate Zinc nitrate is usually prepared by dissolving zinc in nitric acid, this reaction is concentration dependent, with a reaction in concentrated acid also forming ammonium nitrate:
Hydroxide Vanadic acid HVO shows similarities with phosphoric acid HPO though it has a much more complex vanadate oxoanion chemistry. Chromic acid HCrO, has similarities with sulfuric acid HSO; for example, both form acid salts A[HMO]. Some metals, e.g. V, Cr, Nb, Ta, Mo, W, tend to exist in high oxidation states. Rather than forming hydroxides in aqueous solution, they convert to oxo clusters by the process of olation, forming polyoxometalates.
Aluminium hydroxide Aluminium hydroxide is amphoteric. It dissolves in acid, forming [Al(HO)] (hexaaquaaluminium) or its hydrolysis products. It also dissolves in strong alkaline solutions, forming [Al(OH)] (tetrahydroxidoaluminate).
Iodine pentafluoride Iodine pentafluoride is a strong fluorination agent and is highly oxidative. It reacts vigorously with water forming hydrofluoric acid and with more fluorine forming iodine heptafluoride.
Dimethylcadmium Dimethylcadmium is a weak Lewis acid, forming an adduct with bipyridine and with ether.
Hydrogen peroxide Hydrogen peroxide is a weak acid, forming hydroperoxide or peroxide salts with many metals.
Mycobacterium massiliense Strictly aerobic, nonmotile, non-spore forming, acid-fast, Gram-positive rods.
2,4-Dinitroanisole With iron and acetic acid DNAN nitro groups can be reduced to amines forming 2,4-diaminoanisole.
Ethylene oxide Phosphorus trichloride reacts with ethylene oxide forming chloroethyl esters of phosphorous acid: