Definition of Diacidic
1. diacid [adj] - See also: diacid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diacidic
Literary usage of Diacidic
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1. Introduction to the Study of Chemical Reactions by Edmund Drechsel (1890)
"+ Ca OH OH PTO OH OH diacidic calcium phosphate.* O.NO, O.NO, Calcium nitrate. * It might be urged that, according to note on page 88, these two salts are ..."
2. Outlines of Inorganic Chemistry by Frank Austin Gooch, Claude Frederic Walker (1905)
"Corresponding relations between dibasic acids and diacidic bases, and between other polybasic acids and ..."
3. The Harvey Lectures by Harvey Society of New York, New York Academy of Medicine (1922)
"... while strong dibasic acids and diacidic alkalies combine in equivalent proportions with proteins, as is shown by Table I. It follows from this table ..."
4. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1917)
"... method based on the fact that nicotine in alcoholic solution acts as a mono-acidic base towards picric acid, whereas in aqueous solution it is diacidic. ..."
5. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"... [a] =—14'6° in alcohol (Bamberger, Annalen, 1886, 235, 368), -10-42° (M. and VIe) at 20°. Sparteine is a diacidic base, which forms difficultly ..."
6. The Principles of Inorganic Chemistry by Wilhelm Ostwald (1904)
"When the base is diacidic, we must divide its molecular weight by two and dissolve this number of grams so as to form a litre of solution, in order to have ..."