buffers

Chemical systems that prevent change in the concentration of another chemical substance, e.g. Proton donor and acceptor systems serve as buffers preventing marked changes in hydrogen ion concentration (pH). ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Buffers

chemical which are able to keep the pH of a solution within a normal range, neither acid nor alkali. Salivary buffers are important in reducing the progress of caries by neutralising plaque acids.
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Buffers

Chemicals that maintain pH values within narrow limits by absorbing or releasing hydrogen ions.
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buffers

Chemicals that maintain pH values within narrow limits by absorbing or releasing hydrogen ions.
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Buffers

Feed additives that minimize digestive disturbances by preventing large changes in rumen pH, particularly when adjusting lambs to finishing diets.
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Buffers

Substances which can prevent rapid changes in pH (acidity and alkalinity) within the body, e.g. proteins in the plasma, and haemoglobin in the red cells of the blood.
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