ACIDS


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ACIDSAmerican College of Integrated Delivery Systems
ACIDSAir Conformal Ice Detection System (aircraft)
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The Countess may recoil from handling the acids and watching the process of cremation; but she can surely sprinkle a little disinfecting powder--'
The accidental breaking of his jar of acid has burnt the Baron's hands severely.
Doctor Cacaphodel, the alchemist, returned to his laboratory with a prodigious fragment of granite, which he ground to powder, dissolved in acids, melted in the crucible, and burned with the blow-pipe, and published the result of his experiments in one of the heaviest folios of the day.
Would he obtain air by chemical means, in getting by heat the oxygen contained in chlorate of potash, and in absorbing carbonic acid by caustic potash?
There were the wool-pluckers, whose hands went to pieces even sooner than the hands of the pickle men; for the pelts of the sheep had to be painted with acid to loosen the wool, and then the pluckers had to pull out this wool with their bare hands, till the acid had eaten their fingers off.
There was blood, I saw, in the sink,--brown, and some scarlet--and I smelt the peculiar smell of carbolic acid.
Professor Summerlee gave an acid smile as he picked up the envelope in his gaunt hand.
I am afraid there is some acid upon that too, and it is rather damp and torn.
removed the straight-chain hydroxy fatty acids and separated LTX-diol and iso-LTX-diol from the other components (Figure 4B).
Because the acetic acid- and carbonic acid-HA solutions had identical [Ca] and [P] concentrations and the spray drying processing conditions were essentially the same, the differences in crystallinity of the nano HA samples prepared from the two solutions may be attributable to factors related to the nature of the acids.
Introduction; Amino acid nomenclature; Stereochemistry and optical polarization of amino acids; Amino acids as amphoteric electrolytes; Reactions of amino acids; Amino acid metabolism; Amino acids and nutrition; Amino acids and peptides; Amino acids and proteins; Taste of amino acids: Production of amino acids; Analysis of amino acids; Safety of amino acids; Use of amino acids; Chemical substance numbers for amino acids; Description of individual amino acid; References.
This classification was also used to evaluate segregation of oleic and linolenic acids combined.