alkaline

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  • An alkaline cell can provide between three and five times capacity.
  • Lithium cells will also provide better performance in cold weather than alkaline cells.
  • Members of the species have also been found in some relatively alkaline pools.
  • It is the world's largest permanent desert lake and the world's largest alkaline lake.
  • Alkaline in this early version of the story is the land where all those forced out of the conscious plane must live.
  • This results in the medium around the plants roots becoming alkaline when they take up nitrate.
  • Thus, alkaline tide is self-limited and normally lasts less than two hours.
  • The alkaline route is the most important in terms of R&D and commercial applications and will be described below.
  • The technique using dissolution with alkaline cyanide has been highly developed over recent years.
  • Hard water is usually alkaline, while soft water is usually neutral to acidic.
  • They are common there thanks to the island's alkaline soil.
  • The capacity of a silver battery may be as much as twice that of an alkaline.
  • Temperature also has a significant effect on stability in alkaline systems.
  • The red wood was ground to powder and mixed with an alkaline solution.
  • They tried to use water out of the ranch wells, but found the water so alkaline they could not drink it.
  • The quality of ground water is Alkaline in nature.
  • Also, in Alkaline, matter may only be transmuted once, after that nothing can be done to change the object again.
  • The carboxylic acid is not directly formed in the first place as the reaction takes place under alkaline conditions.
  • It has been observed that the skin also swells under alkaline conditions and opens up allowing move to the surface.
  • They appreciate well-drained alkaline soil conditions, but can be short-lived.
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Meaning of alkaline

  • adjective Relating to or containing an alkali; having a ph greater than 7
    alkaline soils derived from chalk or limestone