nitrogen


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a common nonmetallic element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless inert diatomic gas

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Oxygen, carbon dioxide and other molecules are captured while nitrogen is drawn into a receiving tank.
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So to answer your specific questions: It's fine to drive a car with three tires filled with nitrogen and one tire filled with air (80 percent nitrogen); it makes no difference whatsoever.
Enhanced nitrogen deposition has several potential ecological ramifications.
If all people within the EU would halve their meat and dairy consumption, this would reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture by 25 to 40 per cent, and nitrogen emissions by 40 per cent.
In order to establish whether the fuel bound nitrogen migrates into gaseous products of fuel pyrolysis, the research has been conducted using chipped wood waste, corn flour pellets and poultry litter and manure blend.
Previous measurements of oceanic nitrogen loss have been consistently higher than those for nitrogen fixation.
Details such as soil particle size, soil nitrogen content, rainfall amounts, and weather patterns are required.
ANOVA table showed that among different levels of nitrogen fertilizer, density and interaction density levels of nitrogen fertilizer per unit area for a number of spike on a percentage level there are significant differences (Table 1).
To make that carbon-nitrogen bond in the lab, Cornell University chemist Paul Chirik and colleagues added carbon monoxide gas to a complex of the metal hafnium and triple-bonded nitrogen in solution.
Nitrogen proponents may quibble that it's the oxygen in the mix that causes problems, though, as oxidization can start to degrade the rubber inside tires while corroding the interior of the wheels as well.
Estimating the amount of nitrogen available to the crop from the soil - the soil nitrogen supply - is crucial to the process.
The KJ1000 can be used on all military equipment that requires nitrogen pressure.
The current layer under study is nitrogen pollution.