Alkali refers to an alkaline, or basic, chemical substance such as lime or lye. Generally present in fresh cement, concrete, or plaster.

It is a substance such as lye, soda or lime that can be highly destructive to paint films.

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"Alkali" is in the HS Code "2805"
  Alkali Or Alkaline-Earth Metals; Rare-Earth Metals, Scandium And Yttrium, Whether Or Not Intermixed

"Alkali" is in the UNSPSC Code "12141800"
  Alkali metals

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