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The process of causing, carrying out, or undergoing acetification.See also acetifying
That brings about acetification.See also acetifying
Late 18th century. From acetify + -ing. Compare earlier acetification<br>mid 19th century; earliest use found in Andrew Ure (1778–1857), chemist. From acetify + -ing.
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