[ ˈalkəlˌa͡ɪsə], [ ˈalkəlˌaɪsə], [ ˈa_l_k_ə_l_ˌaɪ_s_ə]
How to use "Alkaliser" in context?
When talking about alkalisers, people usually think of reducing Acidic chemicals like chlorine and acid rain. This process is also sometimes called "ash lite." Basically, alkalisers break down the carbon-hydrogen bond in other molecules, converting them into water soluble bases. Once these alkalizing molecules are in the air, they can neutralize the acidity in the air, preventing it from causing damage or irritation to the respiratory system.
Further, alkalisers have been shown to be effective in cleaning the air.
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