Bicarb:See sodium bicarbonate
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The half-neutralized sodium salt of carbonic acid, used extensively for treating cement contamination and occasionally other calcium contamination in drilling fluids.
One of the alkali metal elements with a valence of 1, an atomic number of about 23. Numerous sodium compounds are used as additives to ...
Also called sodium dichromate. See chromate.
A substance capable of reacting with an acid to form a salt. A typical base is sodium hydroxide (caustic), with the chemical formula moh. For ...
A compound that is formed (along with water) by the reaction of an add with a base. A common salt (table salt) is sodium chloride ...
Special class of inhibited chemical muds using as their bases sodium silicate, salt, water, and clay
See sodium carbonate
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