nonvolatile acid

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nonvolatile acid

An acid, such as lactic acid or sulfuric acid, that accumulates in the body as a result of digestion, disease, or metabolism. It cannot be excreted from the body by ventilation but must be excreted by organs other than the lungs, e.g., by acidification of the urine.
See also: acid
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13% starches and pectins, easily solubilized 13% soluble carbohydrate 9% WATER 12% non-volatile ACIDS 7% ASH 3% trigonelline 1% caffeine 1% OIL 11% PROTEIN 12% ROAST BEANS CELLULOSE non-hydrolyzable and lignin 17% CELLULOSE hydrolysable 14% starches and pectins, easily solubilized 14% soluble carbohydrate 10% H2O 2% non-volatile ACIDS 7% CO2 2% ASH 4% trigonelline 1% caffeine 1% OIL 13% PROTEIN 13% BREWED SOLUBLES soluble carbohydrates 35% non-volatile ACIDS 31% ASH 16% Trig 4% caffeine 5-11% Oil 1% prottein 5% Sol 2% Note: Table made from pie chart.
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