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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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Otherwise in a needle area with thick deposits, the infrared spectra show an absorption band at 3300 [cm.sup.-1] (OH functionality) and specific bands especially at 1556 and 1449 [cm.sup.-1] that can be clearly deduced from the presence of carboxylic acid salt (different metal soaps are possible, see fig.
Five isonitrogenous diets were formulated to contain different organic acid salts, which included the control (no added organic acid salt), sodium citrate, sodium acetate, sodium propionate, or sodium butyrate added at 2%.
The scientists had tried the heat and organic acid salt treatments separately and found that neither could adequately reduce levels of the bacteria on its own, including an application of 5% organic acid salt solution and heat greater than 55 C.
It may be related to the result that the antioxidative effect of rosemary extract and organic acid salts was observed only at the end of storage.
Typhimurium strain at stationary phase was exposed to 2.5% organic acid salt solutions, at pH 4, for 1 minute at 55 C.
Now, neurologists at RUB have found that fumaric acid salts detoxify radicals released during the inflammation process, thus protecting nerve and glial cells.
Once it was determined that these organic acid salts were effective swelling agents, a study was begun with rubber samples thicker than the 2 mm slabs used to this point.
Until now, all water-based formulations using styrene-maleic anhydride resins have solubilized the resins by converting to their carboxylic acid salts. Therefore, while these resins can furnish unique properties, they also contain the same structural elements that contribute to tarnish and instability of metallic pigment dispersions and finished inks.
The derivatives used were the hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, stearic acid, p-toluenesulfonic acid, and methane sulfonic acid salts and the methyl iodide quaternary ammonium salt.
group of acid salts businesses to a group of investors led by New York merchant bank, Castle Harlan.
The anionic surfactant is selected from the group consisting of N-acyl methyl taurine salts, N-acyl glutamic acid salts, and monoalkylphosphoric acid salts.
Patent 8,609,770 (December 17, 2013), "Polyesters Modified by a Combination of lonomer and Organic Acid Salts," Charles John Talkowski (E.