acid alkali balance

кислотно-основное равновесие

balance stand — равновесие

equal balance — равновесие

partner balance — равновесие

lost balance — терял равновесие

lose balance — терять равновесие


English-Russian big medical dictionary. 2005.

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  • buffer — 1. A mixture of an acid and its conjugate base (salt), such as H2CO3/HCO3−; H2PO4−/HPO42−, that, when present in a solution, reduces any changes in pH that would otherwise occur in the solution when acid or alkali is added to it; …   Medical dictionary

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