Definition of alkalization in English:

alkalization

Pronunciation /ˌalkəliˈzāSHən/

noun

(also British alkalisation)

See alkalize

‘The odor results from the liberation of amines and organic acids produced from the alkalization of anaerobic bacteria.’
  • ‘Alkalization brings out a stronger taste and a brighter color, but there is a point at which you want to stop on the degree of alkalization.’
  • ‘It is important to choose a cocoa powder with an alkalization that will help keep the product's pH close to that of milk, around 7.0.’
  • ‘The degree of cocoa alkalization is important, too.’
  • ‘These applications can use cocoa with color that has been adjusted through an alkalization process.’