Base

A substance that reacts with acid to produce a salt and water only. It does this by accepting a hydrogen ion from the acid. An example is ammonia which accepts a proton to become the ammonium ion - NH4+
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base

a substance capable of reacting with an acid to form a salt. A typical base is sodium hydroxide (caustic), with the chemical formula MOH. For example, sodium hydroxide combines with hydrochloric acid to form sodium chloride (a salt) and water/
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Base

Part of a multi-component paint (Normally 2 component) - e.g. the epoxy component of a 2 pack epoxy-polyamide coating. Base Normally is the larger volume of the two components.
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Base

Many miniatures rules systems require figures to be mounted in groups on the same flat surface or Base.
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Base

a configuration of folds which offers opportunities for further development in many different ways.
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base

On the DNA molecule, one of the four chemical units that are linked in a series to make a strand of DNA. The four DNA bases are: adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and thymine (T). In RNA, uracil (U) substitutes for thymine. See DNA finger printing, nucleotide.
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Base

See Lamp Base.
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Base

The primary excavated bed of a trail upon which the tread, or finished surface lies.
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base

Type: Term Pronunciation: bās Definitions: 1. The lower part or bottom; the part of a pyramidal or conic structure opposite the apex (heart); the foundation. 2. pharmacy the chief ingredient of a mixture. 3. chemistry an electropositive element (cation) that unites with an anion to form a salt; a compound ionizing to yield hydroxyl ion. 4. Nit...
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Base

Base is American slang for to disagree.
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base

a substance that has a pH of more than 7, which is neutral. A base has less free hydrogen ions (H+) than hydroxyl ions (OH-).
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BASE

acronym: Beaufort and Arctic Storms Experiment (Canada)
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Base

the part of a projection, (commonly a fin), which is connected to the body
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base

The architectural element on which a column or pier rests.
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Base

The core around which a formation skydive is built. Can be a single person or a group of people, depending on the number of skydivers involved
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Base

the portion of the fin that is joined to the body.
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Base

A Base is a substance whose ions or molecules can accept H+ ions. The Bronsted-Lowry definition of a base is that it is a 'proton acceptor'. By strength of a base is meant the tendency with which it will accept H+ ions; the stronger the base the more readily it will accept H+ ions. The terms 'strength' and 'concentr...
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base

[adj] - (used of metals) consisting of or alloyed with inferior metal 2. [adj] - not adhering to ethical or moral principles 3. [adj] - of low birth or station (`base` is archaic in this sense) 4. [adj] - having or showing an ignoble lack of honor or morality 5. [adj] - (archaic) illegitimate 6. [adj] - debased 7. [n]...
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Base

Many miniature gaming rules systems require models to be mounted on a specific base or a flat surface.
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Base

ChemistrySubstance which gives off hydroxide ions (OH-) in solution.MathematicsIn the expression xy, x is called the base and y is the exponent.
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base

A chemical species or molecular entity having an available pair of electrons capable of forming a covalent bond with a hydron (proton) (see Br√łnsted base) or with the vacant orbital of some other species (see Lewis base). See also hard base, superbase.
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Base

a classification of substances which when combined with an acid will form a salt plus water, usually producing hydroxide ions when dissolved.
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Base

A substance that produces OH (aq) ions in aqueous solution. Strong soluable bases are soluble in water and are completely dissociated. Weak bases ionize only slightly.
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base

alkali; alkaline; basic. Compare with acid. 1. a compound that reacts with an acid to form a salt. 2. a compound that produces hydroxide ions in aqueous solution (Arrhenius). 3. a molecule or ion that captures hydrogen ions.(Bronsted-Lowry). 4. a molecule or ion that donates an electron pair to form a chemical bond.(Lewis).
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base

any substance which contains hydroxyl (OH) groups and furnishes hydroxide ions in solution; a molecular or ionic substance capable of combining with a proton to form a new substance; a substance that provides a pair of electrons for a covalent bond with a
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