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  • n. Plural form of pH.


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  • High sugar with low acid and correspondingly higher pHs was pretty typical throughout the region.

    The New York Cork Report:

  • There can be life which is much sturdier to radiation and heat than thought before, much more sturdier to high salt concentration, to low pHs, to the presence of sulfur, methane and ammonia.

    Hate, Life, the Universe, and Everything

  • And this is produced by bacteria who are actually making more sulfuric acid, and living at pHs right around zero.

    Penelope Boston says there might be life on Mars

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  • There is a correlation between higher pH levels and greater ripeness and warmer climate wines, although even cool-climate varieties from hot vintages can have pHs approaching 4.0, which is considered high.

    The World’s Greatest Wine Estates

  • It is found on a variety of soils with pHs of 4.6 to 8.2, but grows best in calcareous, well-drained loams.

    Chapter 10

  • Starting and final pHs were similar for the fermented and the acidulated sausages, but the pHs for the acidulated sausages fell to their final level within a few hours as compared to several times that for the fermented sausages.

    17 Using Mixed Starter Cultures for Thai Nham

  • It is found on a variety of soils with pHs of 4.6 to 8.2, but grows best in calcareous. well-drained loams.

    Chapter 12

  • Figure 4 presents the specific growth rates at different pHs.

    Chapter 22

  • The experiments were run at different temperatures and pHs.

    Chapter 22


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