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New Pond?
... ions (OH-) than Hydroxide ions (OH-) Hydrogen ions (H+) Hydrogen ions (H+) Acid Base pH 7 is Neutral Fig. 3 pH is an important factor ... to toxic ammonia (NH3), and between the nitrite ion (NO2-) and nitrous acid (HNO2). The term pH stands for the power of hydrogen and ... .0 is neutral and values greater than 7.0 are basic. (Base/basic has formerly been referred to as alkalinity. Alkalinity is actually ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Almonds - Herb Profile and Information
... slightly larger, and the petals almost white towards the tips, deepening into rose at the base, producing Bitter Almonds. Botanically, they are considered merely variations of the one type, and the ... Emulsin, which in presence of water acts on the soluble glucoside Amygdalin yielding glucose, prussic acid and the essential oil of Bitter Almonds, or Benzaldehyde, which is not used in medicine ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Angelica - Herb Profile and Information
... may continue for several years longer, by cutting down the stems right at their base, the plants practically become perennial, by the development of side shoots around the stool ... terebangelene and other terpenes; the oil of the 'seeds' contains in addition methyl-ethylacetic acid and hydroxymyristic acid. Angelica balsam is obtained by extracting the roots with alcohol, evaporating and extracting ...
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Plant Pathology Glossary
... produced by a microorganism which is toxic to other organisms. Transcription the process whereby a base sequence of messenger RNA (mRNA) is synthesized on a complementary segment of DNA. Translation the ... (see avirulent). Virus a submicroscopic, non-cellular structure consisting of a core of infectious nucleic acid (either RNA or DNA) within a protein coat. top W X Xylem a complex vascular ...
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Understanding buffers and titration
... and basic groups which titrate as pH changes. Acid-base properties of water Water is both an acid and a base. It's a Bronsted base when it accepts a proton to form H3O+ with ... , where "c" is the concentration of acid or base. Buffering capacity (resistance to pH change) is highest where acids or bases are titrating (maximal where [acid] = [base].) The Henderson-Hasselbalch equation The equation pH ...
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Buffer tricks
... are poor electrical conductors, etc. 5- To neutralize a solution with acid or base, use a weak acid or a weak base. This minimizes local pH extremes and decreases chances of overshooting the pH ... the pH electrode. 9- It's often more helpful to think of pH as an acid/base ratio (i.e. carboxyl/carboxylate, imidazolium/imidazole) than as hydrogen ion concentration.
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3.3 Acid-Base Equilibria
... 3.3 Acid-Base Equilibria 3.3 Acid-Base Equilibria pKa and the Henderson-Hasselbalch Equation For example: You are studying a bottle full ...
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Nickernut
... as a nuclear stain in histological preparations and as an indicator in acid-base titrations. The dye becomes yellowish in acid solutions and carmine-red in alkaline solutions. Brasilin is similar in its ...
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Bis102 home page
... that page take you to : View a table of molecules found in E. coli. Acid/base tutorial. View amino acid properties, and from there, structures Note - Examination of 3-D structures requires ... is the Molecular Models for Biochemistry site at Carnegie Mellon University. Others are: Amino Acid Structures Protein Architecture 1 (Insulin) Protein Architecture 2 (Protein G) Protein Architecture 3 (IgG) ...
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Vitamin Glossary - Body Care
... , fat synthesis, amino acid metabolism, glycogen synthesis widespread in foods Pantothenic Acid Supports energy metabolism widespread in foods B6 (pyridoxine) Amino acid and fatty acid metabolism, red blood ... sardines, green beans, spinach, broccoli Phosphorus Formation of cells, bones and teeth, maintains acid-base balance all animal foods (meats, fish, poultry, eggs, milk) Magnesium Supports bone ...
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