ammonium chloride

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a white salt used in dry cells


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Ammonium chloride mostly used to provide nitrogen in fertilizers for rice and wheat crops.
Sikoo explains that without applying ammonium chloride on heated utensils, the polishing metal will not melt and the whole process would fail.
where A-maltose, B-trehalose, Cfructose, D-galactose, E-glucose, F-sorbitol, G ammonium chloride, H-malt extract, I-yeast extract, J-meat extract and K-tryptone.
In this work, 1,5-benzothiazepines have been synthesized of reactions of variety chalcones derivatives with o-aminothiophenol in the presence of ammonium chloride. The reaction starts by the 1,4-Michael addition of the SH on the -C=C- double band after than the condensation of the NH2 on the carbonyl carbon follows(Scheme-1).
I tried adding ammonium chloride to my bucks' food at one time, but they found it very distasteful and weren't interested.
After the identification of the nutrients touching the neomycin production significantly, a CCD was adopted to optimize the appreciable nutrients (ammonium chloride, sodium nitrate, L-histidine, and ammonium nitrate), which were preferred through Placket-Burman design.
In conclusion, the moisture content, molasses, and ammonium chloride were detected as effective variables with significance (p (less than) 0.05) for the improvement of enzyme production during the fermentation of slaughterhouse rumen content.
Chinese authorities have been putting neutralisers, made of dissolved ammonium chloride, into various locations in the river to treat the contamination.
The press release said National Directorate of Security officials also seized 330 bags of ammonium chloride, as many bags of potassium chloride, each bag weighing 95 kilograms in the Spin Boldak border town.
It is known that, in the batch hot-dip galvanizing process, which is a multistage process, there are two possible sources of a chloride contamination: the hydrochloric acid pickling stage and the zinc ammonium chloride fluxing stage.
The advanced formula contains two active ingredients to sanitize food- and non-food-contact surfaces: didecyl dimethyl ammonium chloride (0.024%) and alkyl (40% C12, 50% C14, 10% C16) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chlorides (0.016%).
The facility has an annual capacity of 800,000 tonnes of soda ash and related products and additional 800,000 tonnes of ammonium chloride in the start-up phase.
The ash plant in Bin Hai has a yearly capacity of 800,000 tonnes soda ash and related products, and of 800,000 tonnes ammonium chloride. The plant, which is in the start-up phase, will be fully operational by mid-2011.
"In our research, we studied the effect of the cotionization of cellulose (cotton) on the adsorption of silver nanoparticles by using 3-chloro-2-hydroxypropyl trimethyl ammonium chloride (CHPTAC) as a cation-generating agent, and two types of silver nano-colloids containing different stabilizers," Mohammad Esmae'il Yazdanshenas, member of the Scientific Board of Islamic Azad University, told the INIC."Silver nano-colloids with various concentrations were formed on cationized and non-cationized cotton at 80AC and 100AC by employing exhausting method.
The projects are as follows: theatransformation of the district heating system of the city of Jinan, which will move from steam supply to hot water supply, improving the whole automation of the system (31 million); the installation of energy efficient lights running on renewable solar energy for public lighting in Chaoyang city (29 million); the construction of ten small-scale hydropower plants in Yichang city (44 million); and theaconstruction and operation of a sodium carbonate and ammonium chloride co-product plant, using the CO2 currently vented from the existing fertiliser complex (30 million).