- hy·per·al·ka·lin·i·ty, noun
- su·per·al·ka·lin·i·ty, noun
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How to use alkalinity in a sentence
The report notes a wide variety of other ways to capture carbon dioxide, including ocean-based approaches like using minerals to increase the alkalinity of seawater.UN climate report: Carbon removal is now “essential” | James Temple, Casey Crownhart | April 4, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
Other research groups have also recently found that dissolving olivine in filtered and artificial seawater produced less of an increase in alkalinity than expected, the study noted.Why using the oceans to suck up CO2 might not be as easy as hoped | James Temple | March 30, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
Over a period of 134 days, they found, the water’s alkalinity actually decreased.Why using the oceans to suck up CO2 might not be as easy as hoped | James Temple | March 30, 2022 | MIT Technology Review
Enzymes are very sensitive to changes in temperature and to the degree of acidity or alkalinity of the material in which they act.A Civic Biology | George William Hunter
Note the extremes of acidity and alkalinity in which macroscopical growth has developed (Range of reaction).The Elements of Bacteriological Technique | John William Henry Eyre
Moreover, it is but little affected by variations in alkalinity, which render the other finishing point quite useless.
alkalinity of commercial potassium cyanide and of cyanide solutions.
The less pure samples will show an excess of alkalinity because of the presence of sodium carbonate or of potassium carbonate.
British Dictionary definitions for alkalinity
the quality or state of being alkaline
the amount of alkali or base in a solution, often expressed in terms of pH
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