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(1) Having a pH greater than 7. (2) Substance that releases hydroxyl ions (OH-).
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Pertaining to substances that increase the relative number of hydroxide ions (OH−) in a solution; having a pH greater than 7; basic; opposite of acidic.
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Pertaining to an aqueous solution, such as a water-base drilling fluid, which has more hydroxyl ions (OH-) than hydrogen ions (H+) and pH greater than 7.
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Having a pH greater than 7.
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A property of having a high pH or a low amount of hydrogen ions.
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1670s, "pertaining to alkalis," from alkali + -ine (1). Of soils, attested from 1850.
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Describing a chemical substance that is either a hydroxide, carbonate, or metal oxide that has the ability to react with acids to form salts, and having the ability to turn litmus paper blue.
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Term pertaining to a highly basic, as opposed to acidic, subtance. For example, hydroxide or carbonate of sodium or potassium.
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A soil pH greater than 7 is considered alkaline.
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See pH.
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having a pH value greater than 7
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the state when a substance, such as soil, measures between 7.0 and 14.0 on the pH scale, where 14.0 is the most alkaline. Many plants suffer nutrient deficiencies in high-alkaline soil. Amendments
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Refers to medium or nutrient solution with a high pH; any pH over 7 is considered alkaline.
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Refers to soil with high ph; any pH over 7.0 is considered alkaline. ALL-PURPOSE (GENERAL-PURPOSE) FERTILIZER
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is soil with a pH more than 7. Some herbs like soils in the 6 to 8 range. Basic is sometimes used in place of Alkaline when discussing a pH more than 7.
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Soil that has a high pH value between 7 and 9 (high lime content). Usually chalky soils and some clay soils.
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Refers to medium or nutrient solution with a high pH; any pH over 7 is considered alkaline.
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Refers to medium or nutrient solution with a high pH; any pH over 7 is considered alkaline.
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Having an excess of free hydroxyl ions, and so a deficiency of free hydrogen ions. Lacking any sour taste, alkaline or basic soils are often called "sweet." See pH and Acid.
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pH over 7; emits hydroxyl ions. Also called “basic.” It neutralizes the acids it combines with chemically.
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See acid.
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Basic, having a pH greater than 7.
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Alkaline refers to an aqueous solution having a pH greater than 7 or having a [OH-] greater than 10-7.Also Known As: basic
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refers to soil or hydroponic nutrient solution with a high pH : Any pH over 7 is considered alkaline.
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Denoting substances that release hydroxyl (OH_) ions into solution; see basic. alkaloid
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alkaline (pop)
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Substances with a pH exceeding 7.0 (neutral), for example, calcium carbonate or magnesium carbonate added to paper in manufacture as a reserve or buffer to neutralize any acids that might develop with [..]
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sometimes water or soils contain an amount of alkali (strongly basic) substances sufficient to raise the pH value above 7.0 and be harmful to the growth of crops.
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Relating to or containing an alkali, hence having a pH greater than 7. Alkaline batteries have potassium hydroxide as its electrolyte and a zinc / manganese dioxide cell.
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Having a pH greater than 7.
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A class of chemical compounds whose aqueous solution has a pH greater than 7.0.
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relating to [1] fluids with pH greater than 7 [alkali]; [2] igneous rocks with high concentrations of the alkali metals lithium, potassium, sodium, rubidium, cesium and/or radium.
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Alkaline substances have a pH over 7.0. They may be added to a material to neutralize acids or as an alkaline reserve or buffer for the purpose of counteracting acids that may form in the future. A bu [..]
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Substance that has a pH of more than 7.0.
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Basic; a pH of greater than 7.
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(adj) relating to or containing an alkali; having a pH greater than 7
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the quality of being bitter due to alkaline content (pH is greater than 7)
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Term pertaining to a highly basic, as opposed to acidic, substance. For example, hydroxide or carbonate of sodium or potassium.
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Pertains to a highly basic, as opposed to acidic, substance; for example, hydrogen or carbonate of sodium or potassium.
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(synonym basic, caustic)
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it means having a pH level beyond seven
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The condition of water or soil which contains a sufficient amount of alkali substance to raise the pH above 7.0.
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The condition of water or soil which contains a sufficient amount of alkali substance to raise the pH above 7.0.
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basic; having a pH of more than 7.
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Forming or containing an alkali, and by extension, any base. Strictly speaking, an alkali is the hydroxide or carbonate salt of an element in the first two columns of the periodic table (those unstabl [..]
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Substance capable of neutralizing acid, with a pH greater than 7.0. See pH.
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A substance with a pH higher than 7; also referred to as basic.
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a term applied to igneous rocks which are characterised by relatively high concentrations of sodium and potassium.
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The condition of water or soil which contains a sufficient amount of alkali substances to raise the pH above 7.0.
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Also referred to as basic. Having a pH greater than 7. The opposite of acid. i.e. Dishwashing detergent
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The condition of water or soil that contains a sufficient amount of alkali substances to raise the pH above 7.0.
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A solution that has a pH value greater than 7.
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Containing bases (hydroxides, carbonates) which neutralize acids to form salts See also pH.
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pH value higher than 7.
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Water that contains substances that raise the pH value above 7.0 (neutral).
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A reference to the level of acidity within a chemical environment. When pH greater than 7, the environment is alkaline. When pH less than 7 it is acid.
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Sometimes water or soils contain an amount of alkali (strongly basic) substances sufficient to raise the pH value above 7.0 and be harmful to the growth of crops.
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A substance with a pH greater than 7; non acidic.
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Containing an alkali or having the properties of an alkali; having a pH greater than 7.0
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Containing sodium and/or potassium in excess of the amount needed to form feldspar with the available silica. An alkaline rock, for example, contains more than average amounts of potassium- and sodium-bearing minerals.
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Describing a chemical substance that is either a hydroxide, carbonate, or metal oxide that has the ability to turn litmus paper blue, and the ability to react with acids to form salts.
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A substance with a pH greater than 7; non acidic.
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Having a pH value greater than 7.
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<chemistry> Having the reactions of an alkali. Origin: L. Alkalinus (18 Nov 1997)
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Basic, opposite of acidic—chemical nature of many fluxes. Source: Clay: A Studio Handbook
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A substance with a pH greater than 7; non acidic.
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Refers to medium or nutrient solution with a high pH; any pH over 7 is considered alkaline.
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the condition of water or soil that contains a sufficient amount of alkali substance to raise the pH above 7.0.
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pH greater than 7. Alkalis such as baking soda (bicarbonate of soda) neutralize acids and react with acidic ingredients as a leavener. Alkalis have an excess of hydroxyl ions when in solution.
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A substance with a pH greater than 7; non acidic.
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Having a pH greater than 7.
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Containing an excess of hydroxyl ions over hydrogen ions.
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Refers to soil or solution with a high pH. Any pH over 7 is considered alkaline. Aero-Hydroponics:
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