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Topic: OT Was +Low Acid Coffee - Now font (2 msgs / 68 lines)
1) From: Mike Chester
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Re: OT +Low Acid CoffeeCould you please change your font to something =
larger and easier to read, or send in plain text.  Your posts are =
interesting, but I have a lot of trouble reading them.  TIA.
Mike
 Original Message ----- 
  From: JanoMac 
  To: homeroast 
  Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2007 8:23 PM
  Subject: Re: OT +Low Acid Coffee
  From: "Justin Marquez" 
  "alkalinity" is probably the word you seek
  While alkalinity is a technically "correct" term for the level of =
basic pH, that term can also mean the buffering capability of water. =
Because of the increased presence of papers and discussions of =
environmental chemistry these days, alkalinity is most often used in the =
latter manner.
  So...most folks I know in Chem & Biology do use the term "basicity;" =
that is, if they wander away from simply using the term pH.
  Kirk (resident proton pump inhibitor)

2) From: Leo Zick
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
its irrelevant anyway, without quoted text, its hard to put the post in
context, regardless of its microscopic size!  
From: Mike Chester [mailto:mchet96] 
Sent: Monday, February 12, 2007 12:46 PM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: OT Was +Low Acid Coffee - Now font
Could you please change your font to something larger and easier to read, or
send in plain text.  Your posts are interesting, but I have a lot of trouble
reading them.  TIA.
 
Mike
 
 Original Message ----- 
From: JanoMac   
To: homeroast 
Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2007 8:23 PM
Subject: Re: OT +Low Acid Coffee
From: "Justin Marquez" 
"alkalinity" is probably the word you seek
While alkalinity is a technically "correct" term for the level of basic pH,
that term can also mean the buffering capability of water. Because of the
increased presence of papers and discussions of environmental chemistry
these days, alkalinity is most often used in the latter manner.
So...most folks I know in Chem & Biology do use the term "basicity;" that
is, if they wander away from simply using the term pH.
Kirk (resident proton pump inhibitor)


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