Having the base in excess, or the amount of the base atomically greater than that of the acid, or exceeding in proportion that of the related neutral salt.
Apparently alkaline, as certain normal salts which exhibit alkaline reactions with test paper.
a term used interchangeably with alkaline.
having a pH greater than 7.0 (having a hydrogen ion concentration lower than 10-7 molar).
the opposite of acidic. Basic materials have pH levels above 7.0 (neutral). Synonymous with the word alkaline.
describes a compound or solution with an excess of hydroxide (OH) ions. Forms a base when dissolved in water.
(4) a term used to describe a water solution with an excess of hydroxide ions and a pH value greater than 7. See also pH.
A substance that has fewer hydrogen ions, causing its pH to be greater than 7. This is the same as alkaline. Introduction Task Process Information resources Guidance Dr. Bravo Ms. Alarcón Dr. Sosa Dr. Soto Mr. Sanchez
Alkaline; having a pH of greater than 7.
Alkaline; a compound with a pH above 7.
Adjective used to describe a substance or solution that contains a relatively low amount of positive hydrogen ions.
a solution that has a pH greater than 7; alkaline.
A chemical term for a material which gives an alkaline reaction.
Substance having a pH greater than 7.