Acidification

Starter cultures are often used to initiate fermentation in dry cured sausages. Aggressive acidification creates an imbalanced sharpness where the tangy flavor overwhelms. Larger producers bent on fast curing will acidify more quickly, sacrificing flavor for turnaround
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Acidification

• (n.) The act or process of acidifying, or changing into an acid.
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acidification

(from the article `chemical compound`) Fatty acids themselves can be formed from their soluble salts by acidification (i.e., addition of a strong acid, such as hydrochloric acid [HCl], to ...
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acidification

noun the process of becoming acid or being converted into an acid
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Acidification

A·cid`i·fi·ca'tion noun [ Confer French acidification .] The act or process of acidifying, or changing into an acid.
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Acidification

A process practiced in warm areas whereby a winemaker adds acid to grape must before fermentation to counteract naturally low acid levels.
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acidification

acidification 1. The process of becoming acid, e.g., when soil or water is polluted by acid rain. 2. The act or process of acidifying; conversion into an acid.
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Acidification

Adding ACIDITY during winemaking to compensate for grapes which have over-ripened.
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acidification

Greek-Latin name for fortification with acid; see below leavening,
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Acidification

Starter cultures are often used to initiate fermentation in dry cured sausages. Aggressive acidification creates an imbalanced sharpness where the tangy flavor overwhelms. Larger producers bent on fast curing will acidify more quickly, sacrificing flavor for turnaround
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acidification

The process of making or becoming an acid. An acid is a substance that gives off hydrogen ions in water and forms salts by combining with certain metals.
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Acidification

The process whereby air pollution, mainly ammonia, sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides
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Acidification

This process happens when compounds like ammonia, nitrogen oxides and sulphur dioxides are converted in a chemical reaction into acidic substances. Most of the compounds are a direct result of air pollution.
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acidification

[n] - the process of becoming acid or being converted into an acid
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