Acids


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Chemistry adjective Relating or referring to an acid, acidic
noun
(1) A chemical that can accept a pair of electrons or donate a proton
(2) Any usually water-soluble compound that donates a hydrogen ion—H+—or proton in a chemical reaction, or can accept a pair of electrons and combine with metals to form salts
Drug slang LSD
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Glucuronic acid-conjugated dihydroxy fatty acids in the urine of patients with generalized peroxisomal disorders.
3) a pattern indicative of HA with the presence of some acid phosphate (874 [cm.
1] in HOLL and DHL respectively, did not appear to be associated with changes in palmitic and stearic acids (Table 3).
A brief explanation of the structure and function of some common fatty acids and lipids will help illustrate how their interactions influence risk factors for heart attack and stroke.
Bring in a small toaster oven or move the class to the homeeconomics room to experiment with recipes that use either baking soda and an acid or baking powder.
the cholesterol-raising saturated fatty acids," concluded Mensink and Katan.
Oil content and saturated fatty acids in sunflower as a function of planting date, nitrogen rate and hybrid.
Classification, Individual Acids and Their Characterization