Translation of alkaline in Spanish:


alcalino, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈælkəlɪn/ /ˈælkəˌlaɪn/ /ˈalkəlʌɪn/


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    • Liquid bleach used in the laundry is an alkaline solution of hypochlorite ion.
    • The wood chips are placed in the digester and are cooked in a highly corrosive alkaline solution.
    • The precipitate is then treated with acetic acid and an alkaline material.
    • Values between 7 and 14 are found in basic or alkaline solutions such as caustic or washing soda.
    • This process requires soil aeration and a neutral or alkaline soil environment.
    • So the demineralization seems to have been in a slightly alkaline solution, not acid.
    • As the soil solution becomes more alkaline availability increases.
    • The primary active ingredients are aluminum salts such as alkaline aluminum chloride.
    • The alkaline properties of bicarbonate of soda can also be used to soften the skins of beans and other pulses.
    • Boxwoods prefer slightly acid to slightly alkaline soil and do very well when planted in early fall.
    • In addition to being acid and alkaline, soil can also be sandy or clay.
    • Soluble acid invertase and alkaline invertase were assayed as described previously with some modifications.
    • This liquid should be an alkaline chemical solution with a PH of more than 7.
    • They may be seen as intermediate between primary alkaline manganese cells and rechargeable Ni-Cd cells.
    • On the valley floor, freshwater and alkaline soda lakes support a staggering array of birdlife.
    • Some alkaline solutions may neutralise it but it will play havoc with the base salts.
    • Manganese deficiency is a common disorder on alkaline soils while its toxicity normally only occurs on strongly acid soils.
    • They contain a non-toxic alkaline emulsifying chemical which has an immediate cooling effect on the oil.
    • If these alkaline solutions don't remove all the oil, you can try a solvent.
    • Decontamination includes washing the skin with alkaline soap and then ethanol.