|salt used in photography||sodium citrate|
|(Chemistry) act of combining with an acid to form a salt; act of mixing with a salt||salification|
|(Chemistry) binary compound of iodine; salt or ester of hydriodic acid, salt of hydriodic acid||iodide|
|(Chemistry) can be combined with an acid to form a salt; can be mixed with a salt||salifiable|
|(Chemistry) combine with an acid to form a salt; mix with a salt||salify|
|(Chemistry) instrument for measuring the amount of salt in a solution (also salimeter), instrument measuring concentration of salt solutions, salometer||salinometer|
|(Chemistry) instrument for measuring the amount of salt in a solution (also salinometer)||salimeter|
|(Chemistry) salt of boric and salicic acids (occurs naturally in some minerals), chemical used in glassmaking||borosilicate|
|(Chemistry) salt of hyposulfurous acid; thiosulphuric acid||hyposulphite|
|(Chemistry) treat with a sulfuric acid; add a sulfonic group into an organic compound, salt or ester of a sulfonic acid (Chemistry), sulfonic acid salt or ester, treat with sulfuric acid||sulfonate|
|(Chemistry) treat with a sulphuric acid; add a sulphonic group into an organic compound, salt or ester of a sulphonic acid (Chemistry)||sulphonate|
|(Photography) a crystalline compound lacking color which is used as a developer, photographic developing fluid||amidol|
|(Photography) method of checking a meter on a camera||TTL (through the lens)|
|(Photography) move a camera up and down on a camera pedestal||ped|
|(Slang) hostile and tough sailor, having the taste of salt; having salt added; sharp, shrewd; pertaining to the sea or life at sea, lively and amusing, of sea or sailors, tasting of salt||salty|
|a salt or ester||orthophosphate|
|a trademark for a thin strong polyester film used in packaging, insulation, recording tapes, and photography||Mylar|
|acid-neutralizing chemical substance, soda ash, soluble base, any of a class of bases which neutralize acids to form salts (Chemistry), soluble salt harmful to crops||alkali|
|acidic salt found in marine kelp (Chemistry), salt or ester of alginic acid||alginate|
|act of drawing the tongue across a surface; blow, hit; burst of energy; speed; small amount; salt lick, beat somebody, bit of something, brief improvisation, brush against something, defeat a competitor, draw tongue across over a surface (to taste, moi...||lick|
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