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Definition of Acidulation
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Acidulation
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1. Uses, Tests for Purity and Preparation of Chemical Reagents: Employed in by Charles O. Curtman (1890)
"After acidulation with acetic acid no precipitate must be produced by H2 S; nor after such acidulation and subsequent addition of a slight excess of ammonia ..."
2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1899)
"... unless this has been more closely removed by the strong acidulation just referred to. But since the research of Schmidt it appears likely that ..."
3. Medical Communications of the Massachusetts Medical Society by Massachusetts Medical Society (1907)
"In Case II, when no acid was given, the time of digestion exceeded '2-i hours, after proper acidulation. When the acid was used, digestion took place in 18 ..."
4. Therapeutic Gazette (1901)
"As all dyspeptic disorders are usually accompanied by fermentative processes, the generation of lactic acid, and a consequent acidulation of the blood—and ..."
5. Chemical and Pharmaceutic Manipulations: A Manual of the Mechanical and by Campbell Morfit, Alexander Mucklé (1849)
"In the case, where the deviation before the acidulation and after, takes place in the ... Suppose a liquor before acidulation gives and after acidulation, ..."