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Acid–Base Equilibria and Salt Formation

Engineering the aggregation properties of dodecameric glutamine synthetase: a single amino acid substitution controls ‘salting out’

Comparative assessment of acid, alkali and salt tolerance in Listeria monocytogenes virulent and avirulent strains

Bile salt and acid tolerance of Lactobacillus rhamnosus strains isolated from Parmigiano Reggiano cheese

Exogenous ascorbic acid (vitamin C) increases resistance to salt stress and reduces lipid peroxidation

Selective Inhibition of Sweetness by the Sodium Salt of± 2-(4-Methoxyphenoxy)propanoic Acid

Oligoacetic Acid Characterization by Isocratic and Linear Salt Gradient Anion-Exchange Chromatography

The NPR1-dependent salicylic acid signalling pathway is pivotal for enhanced salt and oxidative stress tolerance in Arabidopsis

Increased abscisic acid levels in transgenic maize overexpressing AtLOS5 mediated root ion fluxes and leaf water status under salt stress

An efficient synthesis of nucleotides via the phosphoramidite method using a triflic acid salt of an imidazole-related compound as a promoter

Medicago truncatula improves salt tolerance when nodulated by an indole-3-acetic acid-overproducing Sinorhizobium meliloti strain

Cytochemical localization of ATPase plasma membrane and acid phosphatase by cerium-based method in a salt-adapted cell line of Pisum sativum

AN OPEN MULTICENTRIC STUDY EVALUATING 4-HYDROXYBUTYRIC ACID SODIUM SALT IN THE MEDIUM-TERM TREATMENT OF 179 ALCOHOL DEPENDENT SUBJECTS

Molecular cloning of two novel peroxidases and their response to salt stress and salicylic acid in the living fossil Ginkgo biloba

Individual Differences in Sour and Salt Sensitivity: Detection and Quality Recognition Thresholds for Citric Acid and Sodium Chloride

Linoleic and Oleic Acids Alter the Licking Responses to Sweet, Salt, Sour, and Bitter Tastants in Rats

 

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A salt of a polybasic acid (i.e. an acid having two or more acidic hydrogens) in which not all the hydrogen atoms have been replaced by positive ions. For example, the dibasic acid carbonic acid (H2CO3) forms acid salts (hydrogencarbonates) containing the ion HCO3. Some salts of monobasic acids are also known as acid salts. For instance, the compound potassium hydrogendifluoride, KHF2, contains the ion [F…H-F], in which there is hydrogen bonding between the fluoride ion F and a hydrogen fluoride molecule.

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