Base pertains to any substance that, when dissolved in water, increases the concentration of hydroxide ion.

See also:
"Base" is in the CPC Code "4134"
Base metals or silver, clad with gold, not further worked than semi-manufactured

"Base" is in the HS Code "3505"
Dextrins And Other Modified Starches (For Example, Pregelatinsed Or Esterified Starches); Glues Base

"Base" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101700"
Base metals

Ref: 122109/2006-09-19


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