alkalinity alkalinity  /ˌæl kə ˈlɪ nə ti/


  • (n) pH values above 7


  1. Many a researcher has, without any definite success, attempted to attack cancer by injecting acids into the blood to reduce its alkalinity.
  2. The excess bicarb is absorbed into the bloodstream through the walls of the small bowel, causing excessive alkalinity in the blood.
  3. Too much alkalinity lets cells grow wild.


  • Low ph Foaming Shampoo accelerates vehicle drying time.

    Designed to remove soils and road film, Formula 582 Ultra Cloth non-corrosive, low pH foaming shampoo concentrate comes in 15, 30, and 55 gal plastic drums and 5 gallon plastic tighthead. Solution removes excess alkalinity and dehydrates water to allow vehicle to dry faster while also helping to brighten glass, chrome, and the vehicle finish. Product is designed for friction tunnels and in-bay ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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