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alkalinity

 [al″kah-lin´ĭ-te]
1. the quality of being alkaline.
2. the combining power of a base, expressed as the maximum number of equivalents of acid with which it reacts to form a salt.

al·ka·lin·i·ty

(al-kă-lin'i-tē),
The state of being alkaline.

alkalinity

[al′kəlin′itē]
the acid-base relationship of any solution that has a lower concentration of hydrogen ions or a higher concentration of hydroxide ions than pure water, which is an arbitrarily neutral standard with a pH of 7.0 at 25° C.

alkalinity

A measure of the ability (expressed as the equivalent concentration—e.g., mg/L of calcium carbonate (CaCO3)) of a solution to neutralise H+ ions, .

al·ka·lin·i·ty

(al'kă-lin'i-tē)
The state of being alkaline.

alkalinity

  1. the quality or state of being alkaline.
  2. the amount of alkali or base in a solution, often expressed in terms of pH.

alkalinity

1. the quality of being alkaline.
2. the combining power of a base, expressed as the maximum number of equivalents of acid with which it reacts to form a salt.

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