ammoniacal


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ammoniacal

[¦a·mə¦nī·ə·kəl]
(inorganic chemistry)
Pertaining to ammonia or its properties. Also known as ammoniac.
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Rice plants, unlike upland crop, can efficiently utilize ammoniacal form of nitrogen.
This technology can be applied to the feed and bleed process in photoresist developing and photoresist stripping operations, electroless copper bath growth, and ammoniacal etchant replenishment, as well as to rinse tanks where water use can be reduced.
Most liquids contain nitrogen in either ammoniacal or nitrate form, or both.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-8 Wood and its Biodeterioration II-8 Organisms Responsible for Wood Decay II-8 Fungi II-8 Termites II-9 Carpenter Ants II-9 Bacteria II-9 Wood-boring Beetles II-9 Marine Borers II-9 Need for Wood Preservation II-9 Wood Preservatives - Life Cycle Analysis II-9 Process of Wood Preservation II-10 Pressure Treatment Processes II-10 Non-Pressure Treatment Processes II-11 Wood Preservative Chemicals II-11 Waterborne Preservative Chemicals II-11 Major Types II-11 Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA) II-12 Table 1: Chemical Composition of CCA by Type (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-12 Acid Copper Chromate (ACC) II-12 Ammoniacal Copper Arsenate (ACA) II-13
The difference influence between ammonium thiosulfate and sodium cyanide to the concentration of Au is because in ammoniacal thiosulfate solution, both ammonia and thiosulfate can form complexes with gold [35].
The concentration of ammoniacal N in the rumen is critical to bacterial growth when it is associated with energy sources and is directly related to the solubility of dietary protein and the N retention by the animal.
Apart from stimulating microbial activity, decomposition of organic materials and nitrification of ammoniacal fertilisers cause a decline in soil pH, and plants may experience P deficiency and micronutrient toxicities.
Previous flexural tests of laminated beams treated with ammoniacal copper zinc arsenate (ACZA) showed that treatment produced no significant negative effects on flexural properties or on glue-line shear strength, although the process was associated with some checking damage (Vaughn and Morrell 2012).
Due to the carbonaceous and ammoniacal matters present in wastewater, D.
Mizobuchi M, Kitada Y, Tamase K, Sasaki M (1984) Liquid chromatographic determination of ammoniacal and urea nitrogen in fertilizer.
These waterborne alternatives, which do not rely on arsenic or hexavalent chromium, include ammoniacal copper quaternary (ACQ-A and ACQ-D), amine copper quaternary (ACQ-B), alkyl ammonium compound (AAC), ammoniacal copper citrate (CC), copper dimethlydithiocarbamate (CDDC), and inorganic boron (SBX).