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acidulated

/acid·u·lat·ed/ (ah-sid´u-lāt″ed) rendered acid in reaction.
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Acid-etching of caries-like lesions of enamel treated with acidulated phosphate fluoride: an in vitro study.
5 Fertiliser Form of S N (%) SSP Sulfate -- Pro-DAP Elemental S 9%, sulfate-S 2% 16 PAPR Sulfate -- WSP, Water-soluble phosphorus; SSP, single superphosphate; Pro-DAP, sulfurised diammonium phosphate; PAPR, partially acidulated phosphate rock Table 2.
Worms were then destained in 70% acidulated ethanol until a light pink color.
Drop the trimmed artichoke into a bowl of acidulated water until ready to cook," Cook's Illustrated advises.
He started to write about dance, and in 1950 he became the rather acidulated New York correspondent of a start-up English dance magazine, Dance and Dancers.
A chemical basis of generation of electricity was implicit in Volta's discovery and in the immediately following discovery of the electrolytic decomposition of water into hydrogen and oxygen by application of the voltage from a pile to two electrodes immersed in acidulated water, demonstrated in 1800 by Nicholson and Carlisle [4], and also applied by Davy to the electrolytic preparation of elements such as sodium and potassium, and proof of the elemental nature of iodine.
Acidulated LDL (1 mL of LDL plus 20 [micro]L of concentrated phosphoric acid) was applied to a Waters Oasis[TM] HLB extraction cartridge and washed with water (1 mL) and 50 mL/L methanol in water (1 mL).
To slow discoloration, drop them into acidulated water (3 tablespoons vinegar or lemon juice to each quart of water) until ready to cook.
Peel celtuce, placing in slightly acidulated water one at a time to prevent discoloration.
An Irish dry stout made with Maris Otter, crisp pale, torrified pale, roasted, black, torrified, acidulated, and roasted malts and flaked barley.