alkaline ash

alkaline ash

[al′kəlīn]
residue in urine having a pH higher than 7.0.
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Ettringite is a primary phase always reported to be formed during the reaction of alkaline ash with water and may also capture a number of trace elements [12, 45, 46].
The other throwaway systems (lime, dual alkali, alkaline ash, sodium carbonate) will probably be used infrequently at new plants.
Chef Sal explains that if there is too much alkaline ash in our bodies that makes our pH levels rise, we can end up with a condition known as alkalosis.
The content of minerals found in the lemon forms an alkaline ash as a product of digestion.
These diets were higher in acid ash food than in alkaline ash foods.
It begins when the blood is deprived of alkaline ash food that creates a low alkaline buffer reserve in the tissue--alkaline ash foods are foods that when burned leave an alkaline residue, we also call these alkaline forming foods.
Beneath an ancient pottery kiln, the fused silica of pots combined with the alkaline ash of the hearth below.
The combustion process at the Scrubgrass facility produced alkaline ash, which the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has approved for use in active and abandoned mine reclamation.
Distributing the highly alkaline ash dust and wastewater into the environment may lead to serious environmental problems, such as the contaminated surface and groundwater.
Alkaline ash, a byproduct of the limestone-sulfur reaction, will be used in the mining and reclamation process to prevent acid mine drainage.
The previous paper [4] from this laboratory presented a comparison of the chemisorption effect of alkaline ash on sulfur distribution during thermal co-processing of ash and oil shale mixtures in a standard Fischer Assay; i.