neutralise hydrosulphocyanic acid with ammonia, and gently evaporate the solution to dryness, by the heat of a water bath.
Let him neutralise the treachery into which a moment of human weakness betrayed him.
The conclusion eventually arrived at was to neutralise the Japanese action by opening Korea to the whole world under treaty.
To neutralise these was the question that now occupied them.
neutralise carefully to litmus paper by the successive additions of small quantities of decinormal soda solution.
When he did, he was wont to laugh at himself, and so neutralise the laugh raised against him.
neutralise a hot dilute solution of hydrochloric acid with carbonate of barium, evaporate down, and crystallise.
If Alkalies, neutralise with vinegar (see Alkalies, p. 688).
If required for delicate work, neutralise the acid with chalk.
The woods are all of cypress, which is supposed to neutralise effluvia.
1734, "to render neutral" (in a chemical sense), from French neutraliser (17c.), from neutral (see neutral (adj.)). Meaning "to counterbalance, to kill by opposing" is from 1795. Related: Neutralized; neutralizing.