carbonate alkalinity of water

карбонатная щёлочность воды

Англо-русский текстильный словарь., Международная ассоциация переводчиков. - Минск.. . 1997.

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  • Carbonate alkalinity — is a measure of the amount of carbonate and bicarbonate anions in solution. Carbonate and bicarbonate anions contribute to alkalinity due to their basic nature, hence their ability to neutralize acid. Mathematically, the carbonate anion… …   Wikipedia

  • Alkalinity — or AT is a measure of the ability of a solution to neutralize acids to the equivalence point of carbonate or bicarbonate. Alkalinity is closely related to the acid neutralizing capacity (ANC) of a solution and ANC is often incorrectly used to… …   Wikipedia

  • Water quality — A rosette sampler is used to collect samples in deep water, such as the Great Lakes or oceans, for water quality testing. Water quality is the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water.[1] It is a measure of the condition of… …   Wikipedia

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  • alkalinity —    The property of water to neutralize acids. Usually expressed in terms of calcium carbonate equivalents [16].    See also acidity; pH …   Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • Dealkalization of water — The dealkalization of water refers to the removal of alkalinity ions from water. Chloride cycle anion ion exchange dealkalizers remove alkalinity from water. Chloride cycle dealkalizers operate similar to sodium cycle cation water softeners. Like …   Wikipedia

  • Lime water — Limewater is the common name for saturated calcium hydroxide solution. It is sparsely soluble. Its chemical formula is Ca(OH)2. Since calcium hydroxide is only sparsely soluble, i.e. ca. 1.5 g per liter at 25 °C,[1] there is no visible… …   Wikipedia

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  • Lake — /layk/, n. Simon, 1866 1945, U.S. engineer and naval architect. * * * I Relatively large body of slow moving or standing water that occupies an inland basin. Lakes are most abundant in high northern latitudes and in mountain regions, particularly …   Universalium

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