Important indicator components in monitoring rain water are: total acidity, ammonium, nitrate, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, chloride and sulphate.
What does A stand for?
A stands for Total Acidity
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Samples in periodicals archive:
There were no significant differences among the salad dressing samples in terms of pH, total acidity and moisture content.
Total acidity of the pulp and jam samples were determined using methods as described by Ruck .
In 1963, when the studies began, he says, sulfuric acid contributed about 70% of total acidity of rain, and nitric acid was about 15%.
Where carbonate minerals are present, neutralisation potential must be included in the evaluation of potential total acidity in waste rocks and tailings (Sobek et al.
5 will be a measure of the total acidity of the solution.
And in most instances, the firmness, total acidity, and juiciness ratings of apples were improved by timely applications of calcium during the growing season.