Alkali

Alkali,

Definition of Alkali:

  1. A chemical compound that neutralizes or effervesces with acids and turns litmus blue; typically, a caustic or corrosive substance of this kind such as lime or soda.

  2. Water soluble strong base. Alkalis feel soapy to touch, have pH above 7.0, and turn litmus paper blue. Strong alkalis (such as caustic soda) can cause severe burns.

Synonyms of Alkali

Acid, Acidity, Agent, Alkalinity, Alloisomer, Anion, Antacid, Atom, Base, Biochemical, Cation, Chemical, Chemical element, Chromoisomer, Compound, Copolymer, Dimer, Element, Heavy chemicals, High polymer, Homopolymer, Hydracid, Inorganic chemical, Ion, Isomer, Macromolecule, Metamer, Molecule, Monomer, Neutralizer, Nonacid, Organic chemical, Oxyacid, Polymer, Pseudoisomer, Radical, Reagent, Sulfacid, Trimer, Caustic, Corroding, Eroding, Erosive, Abrasive, Biting, Mordant, Burning, Stinging

How to use Alkali in a sentence?

  1. The alkali element involved in our solution was developed in our research and development lab by our top scientists available.
  2. I didnt wanna work with the alkali in Chemistry class because last time I spilled it all over the table.
  3. Flint is not subject to chemical weathering except by strong alkalis.
  4. If there is a lot of alkali in your water at your factory you may need to filter it out before you do certain jobs.

Meaning of Alkali & Alkali Definition