English-Norwegian translation of acid

Translation of the word acid from english to norwegian, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

acid in Norwegian

acid
tasteadjective sur, syrlig
  criticismadjective sarkastisk, syrlig, skarp, bitende
  chemistryadjective sur
  chemistrynoun syre [u]
Synonyms for acid
Derived terms of acid
acetic acid, acid rain, acidify, acidity, acidosis, acidulate, acidulous, amino acid, antacid, ascorbic acid, carbonic acid, citric acid, formic acid, nitric acid, placid, placidity, prussic acid, ribonucleic acid, saturated fatty acid, sulfuric acid, tannic acid, tartaric acid, acidities, acidly, Deoxyribonucleic Acid, hydrochloric acid, 2-hydroxybenzoic acid, 2-methylpropenoic acid, acaracide, acetoacetic acid, acetylsalicylic acid, acid-base balance, acid-base equilibrium, acid-base indicator, acid-fast, acid-forming, acid-loving, acid-tasting, acid-wash, acid anhydrides
acid dye, acid halide, acid head, acid hydrogen, acid precipitation, acid rock, acid test, acid value, acidemia, acidic, acidic hydrogen, acidification, acidimetric, acidimetry, acidophil, acidophile, acidophilic, acidophilous, acidophilus milk, acidotic, acidulent, acidulousness, aciduric, acrylic acid, adenylic acid, adipic acid, alginic acid, alpha-linolenic acid, aminoaciduria, aminoalkanoic acid, aminobenzoic acid, antiacid, arsenic acid, aspartic acid, astacidae, bacteriacide, barbituric acid, battery-acid, battery acid, benzoic acid, beta-hydroxybutyric acid, bile acid, bittacidae, boracic acid, boric acid, branched chain ketoaciduria, bromic acid, butanoic acid, butyric acid, capric acid, caproic acid, caprylic acid, carbamic acid, carbolic acid, carbon dioxide acidosis, carbonic acid gas, carboxylic acid, cerotic acid, characid, characidae, chloric acid, chlorohydric acid, chlorous acid, cholic acid, chromic acid, citric acid cycle, cracidae, creatine phosphoric acid, cyanic acid, cyanuric acid, decanedioic acid, decanoic acid, desoxyribonucleic acid, diabetic acidosis, dibasic acid, dichromic acid, diethylbarbituric acid, docosahexaenoic acid, dodecanoic acid, domoic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid, elaeostearic acid, elaidic acid, electrolyte acid, eleostearic acid, essential amino acid, ethacrynic acid, ethanedioic acid, ethanoic acid, family astacidae, family bittacidae, family characidae, family cracidae, family limacidae, family membracidae, family myacidae, family phalacrocoracidae, family psittacidae, family scolopacidae, family spalacidae, fatty acid, ferricyanic acid, ferrocyanic acid, fluoroboric acid, fluosilicic acid, folic acid, fulminic acid, fulvic acid, fumaric acid, gallic acid, gamma acid, gamma aminobutyric acid, gastric antacid, gibberellic acid, glutamic acid, glutaminic acid, glyceric acid, glycolic acid, glycollic acid, heptadecanoic acid, hexacosanoic acid, hexadecanoic acid, hexanedioic acid, hexanoic acid, homogentisic acid, humic acid, hyaluronic acid, hydrazoic acid, hydriodic acid, hydrobromic acid, hydrocyanic acid, hydrofluoric acid, hydrofluosilicic acid, hydroiodic acid, hydroxy acid, hydroxyacetic acid, hydroxybenzoic acid, hydroxybutyric acid, hyperacidity, hypochlorous acid, hyponitrous acid, hypophosphoric acid, hypophosphorous acid, indoleacetic acid, indolebutyric acid, iodic acid, iodoamino acid, isobutylphenyl propionic acid, isocyanic acid, itaconic acid, juniperic acid, ketoacidosis, ketoacidosis-prone diabetes, ketoacidosis-resistant diabetes, ketoacidosis-resistant diabetes mellitus, ketoaciduria, krebs citric acid cycle, lactic acid, larvacide, lauric acid, lead-acid accumulator, lead-acid battery, limacidae, linoleic acid, linolenic acid, linolic acid, lysergic acid, lysergic acid diethylamide, maleic acid, manganic acid, margaric acid, mefenamic acid, membracidae, metabolic acidosis, metaphosphoric acid, methacrylic acid, monobasic acid, monounsaturated fatty acid, mucic acid, muriatic acid, myacidae, myristic acid, nalidixic acid, nicotinic acid, nitrohydrochloric acid, nitrous acid, nucleic acid, octadecanoic acid, octanedioic acid, oleic acid, omega-3 fatty acid, omega-6 fatty acid, orthoboric acid, orthophosphoric acid, orthophosphorous acid, oxalacetic acid, oxalic acid, oxaloacetic acid, oxyacid, oxybutyric acid, oxygen acid, palmitic acid, pantothenic acid, para aminobenzoic acid, pectic acid, pentanoic acid, perboric acid, perchloric acid, periodic acid, permanganic acid, phalacrocoracidae, phenylic acid, phosphoric acid, phosphorous acid, phthalic acid, picric acid, placidness, placido domingo, placidyl, polyphosphoric acid, polyunsaturated fatty acid, potassium acid carbonate, prevacid, propanoic acid, propenoic acid, propionic acid, psittacidae, pteroylglutamic acid, pteroylmonoglutamic acid, pyrogallic acid, pyroligneous acid, pyrophosphoric acid, pyruvic acid, racemic acid, recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid, respiratory acidosis, ricinoleic acid, saccharic acid, salicylic acid, sarcostemma acidum, scolopacidae, sebacic acid, selenic acid, silicic acid, sorbic acid, spalacidae, starvation acidosis, stearic acid, subacid, suberic acid, succinic acid, sulfanilic acid, sulfonic acid, sulphanilic acid, sulphonic acid, sulphuric acid, super acid, tetrabasic acid, tetradecanoic acid, thermoacidophile, thiocyanic acid, thymic acid, titanic acid, toluic acid, trans fatty acid, tribasic acid, tricarboxylic acid cycle, trichloracetic acid, trichloroacetic acid, triphosphoric acid, tungstic acid, undecylenic acid, unsaturated fatty acid, uric acid, uricaciduria, valeric acid, valproic acid, vanadic acid, xanthic acid
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Definitions of acid
noun
1. acid - any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt
  chemical compound, compound an enclosure of residences and other building (especially in the Orient)
  alcapton, alkapton, homogentisic acid an acid formed as an intermediate product of the metabolism of tyrosine and phenylalanine
  arsenic acid an acid formed from arsenic pentoxide
  cerotic acid, hexacosanoic acid a white solid fatty acid found in waxes (such as beeswax)
  chloric acid (HClO3) a strong unstable acid with an acrid odor found in chlorate salts
  chlorous acid (HClO2) a strongly oxidizing acid; known only in solution
  monobasic acid an acid containing only one replaceable hydrogen atom per molecule
  dibasic acid an acid containing two replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
  tribasic acid an acid containing three replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
  tetrabasic acid an acid containing four replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
  fulminic acid (CNOH) an unstable acid occurring mainly in the form of explosive salts and esters that is isomeric with cyanic acid
  gamma acid a crystalline acid used to make azo dyes
  hydriodic acid (HI) a colorless or yellow aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide; "hydriodic acid is a strong acid"
  hydrocyanic acid, prussic acid a solution of hydrogen cyanide in water; weak solutions are used in fumigating and in the synthesis of organic compounds
  hydroxy acid any acid that has hydroxyl groups in addition to the hydroxyl group in the acid itself
  hyponitrous acid an explosive white crystalline weak acid (H2N2O2)
  lysergic acid a crystalline acid often used in medical research; obtained from ergotic alkaloids
  manganic acid a dibasic acid (H2MnO4) found only in solution and in manganate salts
  2-methylpropenoic acid, methacrylic acid an unsaturated acid (C4H6O2) used to make resins and plastics
  selenic acid a strong acid (H2SeO4) analogous to sulfuric acid
  sulfonic acid, sulphonic acid an acid derived from sulphuric acid
  titanic acid a white weak acid that is a hydrated form of titanium dioxide
  perchloric acid a powerful oxidizing agent; forms perchlorates
  carboxylic acid an organic acid characterized by one or more carboxyl groups
  aminobenzoic acid a derivative of benzoic acid
  aqua fortis, nitric acid acid used especially in the production of fertilizers and explosives and rocket fuels
  nitrous acid an unstable inorganic acid known only in solution and as nitrite salts
  aqua regia, nitrohydrochloric acid a yellow fuming corrosive mixture of nitric and hydrochloric acid that dissolves metals (including gold)
  barbituric acid, malonylurea a white crystalline acid derived from pyrimidine; used in preparing barbiturate drugs
  lansoprazole, prevacid antacid (trade name Prevacid) that suppresses acid secretion in the stomach
  boracic acid, boric acid any of various acids containing boron and oxygen
  orthoboric acid, boric acid any of various acids containing boron and oxygen
  bromic acid an unstable acid used as an oxidizing agent
  carbamic acid an acid that is known only by virtue of its salts (as ammonium carbamate) or its esters (as urethane)
  carbolic acid, hydroxybenzene, oxybenzene, phenylic acid, phenol a toxic white soluble crystalline acidic derivative of benzene; used in manufacturing and as a disinfectant and antiseptic; poisonous if taken internally
  carbonic acid a weak acid known only in solution; formed when carbon dioxide combines with water
  chromic acid an unstable acid known only in solution and as chromate salts
  citric acid a weak water-soluble acid found in many fruits (especially citrus fruits); used as a flavoring agent
  cyanamid, cyanamide a weak soluble dibasic acid (the parent acid of cyanamide salts)
  cyanic acid a colorless poisonous volatile liquid acid that hydrolyzes readily to ammonia and carbon dioxide
  cyanuric acid a trimer of cyanic acid
  ferricyanic acid a brown unstable acid formed from ferricyanide
  ferrocyanic acid a white unstable acid formed from ferrocyanide salts
  fluoroboric acid an acid of fluorine and boron
  fluosilicic acid, hydrofluosilicic acid an unstable poisonous corrosive acid known primarily in the form of its salts
  formic acid a colorless pungent fuming vesicatory liquid acid HCOOH found naturally in ants and many plants or made catalytically from carbon monoxide and steam; used in finishing textiles and paper and in the manufacture of insecticides and fumigants
  fumaric acid a colorless crystalline acid with a fruity taste; used in making polyester resins
  gallic acid a colorless crystalline acid obtained from tannin
  glyceric acid a syrupy acid obtained by oxidation of glycerol or glyceraldehyde
  glycolic acid, glycollic acid, hydroxyacetic acid a translucent crystalline compound found in sugar cane and sugar beets and unripe grapes
  hydrobromic acid an aqueous solution of hydrogen bromide that is a strong liquid acid
  chlorohydric acid, hydrochloric acid an aqueous solution of hydrogen chloride; a strongly corrosive acid
  hydrogen chloride a colorless corrosive gas (HCl)
  hydrofluoric acid a weak poisonous liquid acid; formed by solution of hydrogen fluoride in water
  hydroiodic acid an acid formed by aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide
  hypochlorous acid a weak unstable acid known only in solution and in its salts; used as a bleaching agent and as an oxidizing agent
  iodic acid a soluble crystalline acid; used as a reagent and disinfectant
  isocyanic acid an acid known only in the form of its esters
  itaconic acid a crystalline carboxylic acid; occurs in some fermentations of sugars
  maleic acid a colorless crystalline compound found in unripe fruit (such as apples or tomatoes or cherries) and used mainly to make polyester resins
  oxalacetic acid, oxaloacetic acid an acid formed by oxidation of maleic acid (as in metabolism of fats and carbohydrates)
  ethanedioic acid, oxalic acid a toxic colorless crystalline organic acid found in oxalis and other plants; used as a bleach and rust remover and in chemical analysis
  oxyacid, oxygen acid any acid that contains oxygen
  pantothen, pantothenic acid a vitamin of the vitamin B complex that performs an important role in the oxidation of fats and carbohydrates and certain amino acids; occurs in many foods
  paba, para aminobenzoic acid a metabolic acid found in yeast and liver cells; used to make dyes and drugs and sun blockers
  pectic acid a complex acid that occurs in ripe fruit and some vegetables
  permanganic acid an unstable purple acid (HMnO4) known only in solution or of permanganate salts
  phthalic acid a colorless acid used to make dyes and perfumes
  picric acid a yellow toxic highly explosive strong acid; used in high explosives and as a dye and in chemical reactions
  pyruvic acid a colorless acid formed as an important intermediate in metabolism or fermentation
  dichromic acid the hypothetical acid (H2Cr2O7) from which dichromates are derived; known only in solution and in the form of dichromate salts
  silicic acid a jellylike substance (hydrated silica)
  sulfanilic acid, sulphanilic acid a crystalline acid made from aniline and used as a dye
  thiocyanic acid an unstable acid that can be obtained by distilling a thiocyanate salt
  toluic acid an isomeric acid derived from toluene
  triphosphoric acid an acid that is a partial anhydride of three molecules of phosphoric acid; known chiefly in the form of its salts and esters
  undecylenic acid an acid that is a component of perspiration
  uric acid a white tasteless odorless crystalline product of protein metabolism; found in the blood and urine
  oil of vitriol, sulfuric acid, sulphuric acid, vitriol (H2SO4) a highly corrosive acid made from sulfur dioxide; widely used in the chemical industry
  xanthic acid any of a class of unstable organic acids containing sulphur
2. acid - street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
  dose, dot, Elvis, pane, superman, Zen
  lsd, lysergic acid diethylamide a powerful hallucinogenic drug manufactured from lysergic acid
adjective
1. acid - having the characteristics of an acid; "an acid reaction"
  acidic being or containing an acid; of a solution having an excess of hydrogen atoms (having a pH of less than 7)
  chemical science, chemistry the science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
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An acid (from the Latin acidus/ac?re meaning sour) in common usage is a substance that tastes sour, reacts with metals and carbonates, turns blue litmus paper red, and has a pH less than 7.0 in its standard state. Examples include acetic acid and sulfuric acid. Acid/base reactions differ from redox reactions in that there is no change in oxidation state.

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