volatile acid


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volatile acid

An acid produced from carbon dioxide (CO2). It can be excreted by the body by ventilation (colloquially, “blowing off CO2”).
See also: acid
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The increase in pH with consequential decrease in titratable acidity during drying might be due to the loss of volatile acids.
It also reduces volatile acids, which prevents metal part corrosion.
Crop reduction may increase free and bound terpenes, (4) individual monoterpenes and norisoprenoids, (5) anthocyanins and phenols, (6) as well as increasing volatile acids.
The monitoring of the reactor performance treating the textile effluent was verified by the following physical and chemical parameters: pH, total alkalinity, volatile acids, COD and color removal.
Titratable acidity (TA) is a measure of the organic acid content of the juice, must or wine sample which include the non-volatile (malic and tartaric) and volatile acids.
Organic matter concentration (Chemical Oxygen Demand-COD), total volatile acids concentration (TVA), bicarbonate alkalinity concentration (BA), total solids concentration (TS), total volatile solids concentration (TVS), total suspended solids concentration (TSS) and volatile suspended solids concentration (VSS) were measured by the Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater (SMEWW, 1995) in both the influent and effluent in various cycles for all conditions.
Following the Preface, Contents are: Section 1 - Flavour of Biological Origin including: Role of Diet and Environment in the Natural Flavours of Seafoods; Volatile Acids and Nitrogen in Prawn Powder; Screening for and Control of Debittering Properties of Cheese Cultures; Co-oxidation of Caratenoids by Lipoxygenase in Tomatoes; Composition of Volatile Constituents in Tarragon at Different Vegetative Periods; Biochemical Pathways for the Formation of Esters in Ripening Fruit; Volatile Components of Spoiled Dry-Cured Hams; Analysis of Volatiles of Kecap Manis (a typical Indonesian Soy Sauce); New Flavour Compounds of Cucumis melo L.