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acidifier

 [ah-sid´ĭ-fi″er]
an agent that causes acidity, especially in the stomach.

acidifier

/acid·i·fi·er/ (-fi-er) an agent that causes acidity; a substance used to increase gastric acidity.

acidifier (əsid´ifī´ur),

n a chemical ingredient (acetic acid) that maintains the required acidity of the fixer and stop-bath solutions in the photographic development process.

acidifier

an agent that causes acidity; a substance used to increase gastric or urine acidity.
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