Translation of acidify in Spanish:


acidificar, v.

Pronunciation /əˈsɪdɪfʌɪ//əˈsɪdəˌfaɪ/

transitive verbacidifies, acidified, acidifying

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    • The reaction mixture was poured onto water, acidified and extracted with ethyl acetate.
    • If you must plant a pin oak in an alkaline environment, acidify the soil before planting.
    • Lactic acid acidifies crop contents, making them less conducive to bacterial growth.
    • Scientists know that carbon dioxide is warming the atmosphere, which in turn is causing sea level to rise, and that the CO 2 absorbed by the oceans is acidifying the water.
    • Bleach doesn't acidify water, but it does kill bacteria.
    • Malic acid is available commercially for use in acidifying foods and beverages and in numerous industrial processes.
    • Sulfur dioxide creates a haze of pollution that cripples people and acidifies lakes.
    • One of the new studies finds that the increase in carbon dioxide (to which temperature rises have been mainly attributed) is also having a previously unpredicted impact in acidifying the world's oceans.
    • Israeli researchers at the Weizman Institute of Science and Tel Aviv University have discovered that cranberries do much more than slightly acidifying urine.
    • To acidify soil, sprinkle two tablespoons of aluminum phosphate or sulfur around the shrubs in early fall.
    • The supernatant was collected and the sediment suspended in a double volume of water, acidified and centrifuged.
    • They keep the excess nitrogen from acidifying the upper soil horizons.
    • To acidify alkaline soils, mix in peat or acid fertilizer periodically.
    • Therefore, regions where this form of rock is present are especially sensitive to the effects of acid rain, and lakes in these areas become acidified very quickly.
    • If they are to be canned as acid foods, these products must be acidified to a pH of 4.6 or lower with lemon juice or citric acid.
    • In contrast to cereals or other crops, legumes are known to acidify the rhizosphere even when supplied with nitrates.
    • This might have generated enough debris to block out sunlight and trigger an ice age, enough sulfuric acid to acidify the oceans, and/or enough carbon dioxide to cause global warming by a greenhouse effect.
    • It is the hydrogen ion component that is toxic, affecting cell membranes, acidifying substrata, and leaching metals like calcium.
    • International shipping may be one of the largest sources of air pollutants along the Norwegian coast and in the Northern Atlantic, forming ground-level ozone and acidifying shorelines, according to Norwegian researchers.
    • If you irrigate, and your water is also alkaline, acidify it with 2 teaspoons of vinegar per gallon of water.