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Synonyms for ammonia

a water solution of ammonia

a pungent gas compounded of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3)

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This agreement allows KBR to provide a technology license and basic engineering design for the RCF ammonia plant located at Trombay.
The proposed ammonia project will have a capacity of 1,000 tonnes per day (tpa) of anhydrous liquid ammonia.
An EPA inspection identified potentially unsafe conditions relating to the ammonia refrigeration process, including that the facility had not filed a "risk management plan" as required, based on its storage and handling of about 10,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia.
With the aggravation of eutrophication and the implementation of strict sewage discharge standards, the task of ammonia nitrogen removal from wastewater is important and urgent.
inhibition of the urea cycle by valproic acid), hemolytic disease (release of ammonia from red blood cells), gastrointestinal bleeds (increased ammonia generation due to microbial catabolism of hemoglobin), or urea cycle disorders (defective or decreased urea cycle enzymes) (1).
In 2012 alone, 870 incidents involving anhydrous ammonia were reported, (http://www.
Historic and forecast global Ammonia capacity by region
Detailed information of all active plants and planned Ammonia projects in Canada with capacity forecasts to 2019 and additional details such as process, technology, operator and equity
Early in Friday's outing, the spacewalkers reported seeing flakes of ammonia when disconnecting some of the equipment, but the crew was never in any danger, said NASA commentator Rob Navias.
Using these materials, the scientists recorded an average removal rate of 45 to 153 mg of ammonia [L.
Q: All food facilities with ammonia refrigeration systems are subject to potential enforcement by the EPA, but many companies don't realize this.
The saturation temperature is explicitly presented as a function of ammonia liquid mass concentration and saturation pressure of the mixture.
Empirical formula obtained indicated that thermally activated charcoal had an excellent capacity of ammonia removal.
It's a system that uses gaspermeable membranes to capture and recycle ammonia from livestock wastewater before the ammonia goes into the air.
The nitrogen, in ammonia form, above certain concentrations and as a function of pH can reduce or inhibit completely the biological activity.