acidic

Acidic vs Bitter - What's the difference?

acidic | bitter |


As adjectives the difference between acidic and bitter

is that acidic is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red while bitter is having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance).

As a noun bitter is

(usually in the plural bitters) a liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic.

As a verb bitter is

to make bitter.

Acidic vs Corrosive - What's the difference?

acidic | corrosive |


As adjectives the difference between acidic and corrosive

is that acidic is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red while corrosive is eating away; having the power of gradually wearing, hanging, or destroying the texture or substance of a body; as the corrosive action of an acid.

As a noun corrosive is

that which has the quality of eating or wearing away gradually.

Acidic vs Acidulous - What's the difference?

acidic | acidulous |


As adjectives the difference between acidic and acidulous

is that acidic is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red while acidulous is slightly sour; sub-acid; sourish.

Acidic vs Alkalinity - What's the difference?

acidic | alkalinity |


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between acidic and alkalinity

is that acidic is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red while alkalinity is (chemistry) the state of being, or the degree to which a thing is, alkaline.

As an adjective acidic

is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red.

As a noun alkalinity is

(chemistry) the state of being, or the degree to which a thing is, alkaline.

Acidosis vs Acidic - What's the difference?

acidosis | acidic |


As a noun acidosis

is (pathology) an abnormally increased acidity of the blood.

As an adjective acidic is

(chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red.

Acidic vs Acerb - What's the difference?

acidic | acerb |


As adjectives the difference between acidic and acerb

is that acidic is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red while acerb is sour, bitter, and harsh to the taste, as unripe fruit.

Acidic vs Base - What's the difference?

acidic | base |


As an adjective acidic

is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red.

As an acronym base is

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Acidic vs Tart - What's the difference?

acidic | tart |


As adjectives the difference between acidic and tart

is that acidic is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red while tart is sharp to the taste; acid; sour.

As a noun tart is

a type of small open pie, or piece of pastry, containing jelly or conserve; a sort of fruit pie or tart can be (british|slang) a prostitute.

As a verb tart is

to practice prostitution.

Acidic vs Acidity - What's the difference?

acidic | acidity |


As an adjective acidic

is (chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red.

As a noun acidity is

the quality or state of being acid.

Wikidiffcom vs Acidic - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | acidic |


As an adjective acidic is

(chemistry) having a ph less than 7, or being sour, or having the strength to neutralize alkalis, or turning a litmus paper red.

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