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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

acids

compounds yielding hydrogen ions (H+) in polar solvents (e.g. water), of pH<7
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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.
Research showed that trans fatty acids can raise LDLs and may lower HDLs.
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.
Adipic Acid (ADPA): 2011 World Market Outlook And Forecast Published: January, 2011 Pages: 150 http://mcgroup.
Oil content and saturated fatty acids in sunflower as a function of planting date, nitrogen rate and hybrid.
Classification, Individual Acids and Their Characterization