Origin of acidify
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In one series the solutions were titrated directly, and after acidification in the other.Chlorination of Water
Three processes are thus employed in obtaining alcohol from molasses; dilution, acidification, and fermentation.
This leaves all the fine flavor in it, unmixed with flavors resulting from acidification.
The acidification of the sulphur by nitric or nitro-muriatic acid is likewise a slow and unpleasant operation.
But without this exposure and acidification, the butter is insipid and comparatively flavorless.
- to convert into or become acid
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- To make or become acid.
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