Known scientifically as LN2, liquid nitrogen
is a colourless, odourless clear liquid state of nitrogen
, at an extremely low temperature.
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) [9-13] and X-ray absorption near edge spectroscopy (XANES) [14-16] showed that pyrrolic and pyridine forms were the major nitrogen
functionalities present in raw coals.
Reseacher Lindsey Hendricks-Franco hypothesizes that herbivores will accelerate nitrogen
cycling in nitrogenrich chaparral systems.
The concentration of ammonia nitrogen
is effected the efficiency of removal and the existing form of the substrate, such as nitrite nitrogen
These reports enable our Co-op to identify and work with farmers who have potential to improve their nitrogen
use, by explaining the way nitrogen
cycles through their farming system.
had planned to sell the facility, and said it may still find a buyer.
It's not clear exactly when the nitrogen
fill became fashionable for car tires, but it probably evolved as an economy measure; nitrogen
-filled tires hold pressure longer and supposedly run cooler than tires inflated with plain air do.
FAN = Free [alpha]-Amino Nitrogen
, which is equivalent to the free [alpha]-amino acids
Yield and quality of rice was remarkably affected by the application of nitrogen
either in large quantity or less than best feasible rate.
Membrane separation mechanically separates nitrogen
from oxygen and other molecules without a chemical process with a system including an air compressor, dryer, filters, pre-storage tank, nitrogen
membrane and nitrogen
They say the oxygen in the air degrades the rubber more than nitrogen
The North Pacific is so vast it is hard to imagine that humans could impact the natural nitrogen
Keywords: Crop simulation Models; APSIM; Wheat; Nitrogen
As may be seen from scientific literature, numerous research papers prove that a lot of work has been done so far on NOx formation and on formation suppression methods [1, 2], still, frequently, research fails to provide scientific data on nature of nitrogen
which is the source of these oxide formation.
's importance to all life, only a relatively small number of bacteria--the diazotrophs--are capable of converting inert atmospheric nitrogen