Definition of Alkalizers
1. alkalizer [n] - See also: alkalizer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alkalizers
Literary usage of Alkalizers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Materia medica, pharmacy, pharmacology and therapeutics by William Hale-White (1892)
"The alkalizers of the plasma are salts of (1) Potassium. ... An extremely valuable property of alkalizers is the power they have of uniting with uric acid ..."
2. Materia Medica and Therapeutics: Including Pharmacy and Pharmacology by Reynold Webb Wilcox (1917)
"The mineral acids, as is well known, can exist in it only in the form of neutral salts. The alkalizers of the plasma are salts of— (1) Potassium (powerful). ..."
3. Library of Mesmerism and Psychology by William Fishbough, John B. Newman, John Bovee Dods, Joseph W. Haddock (1874)
"... or alkalizers, acid- ifiers, and oxidizers (oxygen and chlorine). 6. Higher and ultimate compounds. 7 Pervading and enveloping electroid, ..."
4. A Text-book of Urology in Men, Women and Children, Including Urinary and by Victor Cox Pedersen (1919)
"Both these formulas are diuretics and antacids, neutralizes and alkalizers according to the amount administered. The bicarbonate of soda grains 5 to 30 from ..."
5. A Text-book of chemistry: For Students and Practitioners of Medicine by Edward Curtis Hill (1911)
"... ethyl chlorid 60, methyl chlorid 35, and ethyl bromid 5 parts. alkalizers ("Uric Acid Remedies"). ..."