ammonium

(redirected from Ammonium salt)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Related to Ammonium salt: Quaternary ammonium salt
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for ammonium

the ion NH4 derived from ammonia

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
PFOA or its ammonium salt were active in four out of five ER assays, unlike the comparison compounds, each of which were active in only one (DEHP and MEHP) or zero (rifampicin and phenobarbital) assays.
Wang, "Preparation of novel gemini quaternary ammonium salt cationic surfactant," Applied Mechanics and Materials, vol.
Finally, the C2-N[H.sub.2] and N[H.sub.2] on a benzene ring were modified as a quaternary ammonium salt. By this way, we obtained the target chitosan derivatives which were supposed to have ideal water solubility and antimicrobial activity.
In this work, we have obtained two novel quaternary ammonium salts, bis-triazolium derivatives of fluconazole and pyridoxine.
FT-IR (ATR): 3300-3100 (vNH, ammonium salt), 3050-2800 ([v.sub.CH] arom), 2920 and 2851 ([v.sub.CH] aliph).
As the key additive, quaternary ammonium salt has higher inhibitory and anti-balling abilities, and it is not poisonous and non-hazardous, the use of this drilling fluid could eliminate cost of oil contaminated drilled cuttings disposal [7-8].
Briefly, 12.5 g of laterite and bentonite were separately taken in a volumetric flask and were mixed with a solution of quaternary ammonium salt equivalent to the cation exchange capacity (CEC) of the clay (84 cmol/kg of bentonite and 52 cmol/kg of laterite).
Again using potassium and sodium salts were more stable and they seemed to be superior to ammonium salt (an established method).
The herbicide solution for Enlist is based on the innovative choline salt of 2,4-D, a quaternary ammonium salt which is different from 2,4-D amine or ester formulations.
* A metallic or ammonium salt of riboflavin 5'-monophosphate, a non-toxic substance soluble in water which allows the recording material to be used in the wavelength range of 200-550 nm is used as sensitizing dye capable of undergoing a photochemical oxidation or reduction reaction after absorbing light at the appropriate wavelength.
The corrosion brought about by the ammonium salt on concrete may lead to the generation of calcium salts soluble in water and ammonia.
The use of choline chloride, as shown in Figure 5, is interesting because this quaternary ammonium salt forms a liquid with complexing agent in a same phase, making eutectic ILs.
Weedicides: Select (Imazethapher 10 % SL), Omega (Oxyflorofen 23.5 % EC), Flite 71 (Ammonium Salt of Glyphosate 71 % SG)
Polysiloxane-Based, Hybrid Antifouling/Fouling-Release Coatings Containing Tethered Quaternary Ammonium Salt Groups--Partha Majumdar, et al., North Dakota State University