potassium bicarbonate

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Synonyms for potassium bicarbonate

a crystalline salt (KHCO3) that is used in baking powder and as an antacid

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Correction of the acidosis with potassium bicarbonate reduces urinary ammonia and urea nitrogen and reverses the muscle protein breakdown in post-menopausal women.
Fungicidal compounds such as copper sulfate or potassium bicarbonate are generally off-patent, which seemingly allows the competition between generic manufactures.
Buyers of our current product range will also be delighted to learn that the price will stay the same, even though potassium bicarbonate is a much more expensive ingredient.
While on the study's high protein diet, the potassium bicarbonate, or alkalinized, group--when compared to the placebo group--had reduced urinary nitrogen excretion.
The use of potassium bicarbonate to deliver potassium to foods is outlined, covering economics, compatibility with other ingredients and data on taste and sweetness enhancing behaviors.
Lactate, Potassium Bicarbonate, Sodium Chloride, Zinc Gluconate),
A liberal lacing of sodium and potassium bicarbonate makes it fizz.
By buffering protein-derived acid, potassium bicarbonate slowed body calcium loss.
When the authors added a potassium bicarbonate buffer to neutralize the acid produced by the excess protein, they found that the calcium and phosphorus balance became "less negative or more positive.
The Potassium Bicarbonate (CAS 298-14-6) Market Research Report 2011 examines the global and regional market by contemplating and analysing its parameters.
AkzoNobel commercializes chlorine and hydrogen, while Evonik distributes the locally produced potassium hydroxide solution and processes parts of it into other products such as potassium carbonate, potassium bicarbonate and potassium formate at its Llsdorf site.