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ac·id salt

a salt in which not all of the ionizable hydrogen of the acid is replaced by the electropositive element; for example, NaHSO4, KH2PO4.
Synonym(s): protosalt

acid salt

A salt in which one or more hydrogen atoms is replaceable.
See also: salt
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Results of the current study showed that the survival, development, and growth of Portunus pelagicus juveniles were substantially improved by addition of all the tested organic acid salts in their diets.
The anti-Salmonella activity of organic acid salts has been studied in food products and poultry feed, but rarely in combination with nonchemical treatments.
Controlled experiments (to be discussed shortly) also show that the acid salt decomposition rate is a function of film thickness.
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Key statement: A method of making a golf ball comprising: forming a cover about a core comprising at least one cover layer comprising a cover inner surface and a cover outer surface and having a thickness D; treating the cover outer surface with a fatty acid and/or fatty acid salt composition and forming a treated cover region which extends inward from the cover outer surface a penetration depth [D.sub.CTr] an untreated cover region being disposed between the cover inner surface and the treated cover region and having a depth ([D.sub.CUTr])=(D)-([D.sub.CTr]); wherein the treated cover region has a hardness [alpha] and the untreated cover region has a hardness [beta] different than the hardness [alpha].
The most common form of tartrates is potassium bitartrate--also known as potassium acid tartrate or potassium hydrogen tartrate, the potassium acid salt of the dicarboxylic tartaric acid (dihydroxysuccinic acid), due to the relatively higher concentration of potassium in juice and wine, though calcium tartrate can also happen.
In the presence of excess base (greater than 2 moles of base for each mole of anhydride groups in the resin) the anhydride rings react to give dicarboxylic acid salt functional groups (see Figure la).
Hotbox Process-In this process sand is coated with a mixture of thermosetting binder and an acid salt catalyst before being blown into a vertically- or horizontally-parted corebox heated to 450-550F.
Zinc stearate and the sulfuric acid salt of ODAB were both added neat to the ionomer solutions.