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ammonium hydroxide[ə′mōn·yəm ‚hī′dräk‚sīd]
NH4OH A hydrate of ammonia, crystalline below -79°C; it is a weak base known only in solution as ammonia water. Also known as aqua ammonia.
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40 filter paper into a 25-mL calibrated flask and neutralized with dilute NH4OH
solution in the presence of 1-2 mL of a 0.
0, 10, 15 and 30 ml of the standard nitrate solution were taken in separate 100 ml flasks, to which 2 ml phenoldisulfonic acid and 7 ml concentrated NH4OH
6H2O DMSO DMF NH4OH
ethanol and double distilled water.
Acidified sample of Urine coprecipited with NH4OH
, irradiated with thermal neutron, reprecipited with La-hydroxide and the precipitate are dissolved in HNO3 .
he will be able to handle the following four chemistries minima during a process: Ozone, HF, HCl and NH4OH