Definition of Acetifiers
1. acetifier [n] - See also: acetifier
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acetifiers
Literary usage of Acetifiers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"The working of acetifiers is liable to be disturbed by the development of vinegar eels ... (ride supra) is effected in three groups of acetifiers. ..."
2. Industrial Organic Chemistry: Adapted for the Use of Manufacturers, Chemists by Samuel Philip Sadtler (1912)
"The "mother-casks," or acetifiers, can be used in this way continuously for years until the sediment of yeast, ..."
3. A Hand-book of Industrial Organic Chemistry by Samuel Philip Sadtler (1900)
"The " mother-casks," or acetifiers, can be used in this way continuously for years until the sediment of yeast, ..."
4. Fermentation Organisms; a Laboratory Handbook by Albert Klöcker (1903)
"This species also occurs in the acetifiers of the quick vinegar process. Further, the following is described by Henneberg:— Bacterium ..."
5. Acetic Acid and Vinegar, Ammonia and Alum (1885)
"At the end of about two months, the vinegar is removed from the acetifiers into other vessels, called " refining " or, " rape" vessels, containing prepared ..."