a very good caustic alkaline solution of potassium or salt salts, acquired by leaching lumber ashes. Its much used in making detergent in addition to its used in biodiesel.
A strong caustic alkaline option of potassium salts, acquired by leaching lumber ashes. It is much used in making soap, etc.
Sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide, or a concentrated aqueous solution of either chemical.
a brief side line, associated with the key range; a turn-out; a siding.
An obsolete spelling of lie.
Water impregnated with alkaline salt imbibed from ashes of wood by the process of leaching; additionally, some solution of an alkali, as potash, which will be it self this product of leached lye concreted by evaporation.
A variant of lay.
An obsolete variant of lee.
In an over-all good sense, liquid charged with dissolvable solid matter by contact with an assortment of solid substances, partly soluble, partially insoluble.
a stronger option of sodium or potassium hydroxide