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al·ka·lin·i·ty
[al-kuh-lin-i-tee]
NOUN [CHEMISTRY.]
1.
alkaline condition; the quality that constitutes an alkali.
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Alkalinity - Wikipedia

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Alkalinity is the name given to the quantitative capacity of an aqueous solution to neutralize an ... It is, quoting Drever, "formally defined as the equivalent sum of the bases that are titrat...

Alkalinity | Define Alkalinity at Dictionary.com

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Alkalinity definition, alkaline condition; the quality that constitutes an alkali. See more.

Alkalinity - definition of alkalinity by The Free Dictionary

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al·ka·lin·i·ty n. pl. al·ka·lin·i·ties. The alkali concentration or alkaline quality of an alkali-containing substance. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English ...

Alkalinity Definition - Chemistry - About.com

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Alkalinity Definition. 2. Acids and Bases Definitions. 3. 10 Facts About Acids and Bases. 4. Match and Water in a Glass Science Magic Trick. 5. Chemistry Topics ...

The Concept of Alkalinity - aqion

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Jul 1, 2015 ... Experimental Definition. The alkalinity of a solution is its Acid Neutralizing Capacity ( ANC ) when the endpoint of the titration is the CO2 (or ...

M Alkalinity and P Alkalinity - aqion

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Oct 23, 2016 ... (1a), M alkalinity = Alk = total alkalinity, (endpoint: CO2 EP ) .... Thus the stage is set to define the alkalinity as follows: Alkalinity is the deviance ...

Chemistry and the Aquarium: What is Alkalinity? - Advanced Aquarist

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Alkalinity is defined in different ways for different applications. In the chemistry of natural waters, there are several types of alkalinity that are encountered.

Alkalinity Alkalinity is a chemical measurement of a water's ability to ...

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Alkalinity is also a measure of a water's buffering capacity or its ability to resist changes ... most alkalinity is derived from the weathering of carbonate minerals.