ammonium bicarbonate


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ammonium bicarbonate

[ə′mōn·yəm bī′kär·bə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
NH4HCO3 White, crystalline, water-soluble salt; used in baking powders and in fire-extinguishing mixtures. Also known as ammonium hydrogen carbonate.
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2009) in terms of the magnitude of response to identical doses of ammonium bicarbonate, putrescine, and ammonium bicarbonate in combination with putrescine.
obliqua to ammonium bicarbonate and putrescine and their combination have not been reported previously.
Electroantennogram and behavioral responses of Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera: Tephritidae) to putrescine and ammonium bicarbonate lures.
suspensa indicated that immature females (females with little ovary development) were more responsive to ammonia and to ammonium bicarbonate lures, while females with mature ovaries were more responsive to putrescine and to carbon dioxide (Kendra et al.
Electroantennagram and behavioral responses of Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera: Tephritidae) to putrescine and ammonium bicarbonate lures.
5 to]10 Reported by Chinese authorities Powdered infant formula 22 2 1 2 Liquid milk and yogurt 24 4 5 15 Powdered milk products 31 0 1 2 Total 77 6 7 19 Reported by other national authorities' (a) Liquid milk and yogurt 17 0 4 7 Powdered milk products 23 14 3 2 Frozen dairy products 5 0 0 2 Confectionary products (b) 158 0 4 92 Snack foods (c) 13 1 1 5 Frozen processed foods (d) 15 5 3 2 Ammonium bicarbonate 2 0 0 0 Nondairy creamer 1 0 1 0 Protein powder 2 0 0 2 Dried egg powder and liquid eggs 5 3 1 1 Whole eggs 4 0 0 4 Animal feed 4 0 0 2 Total 249 23 17 119 No.
Figure 2 presents the four major possible paths for deliberate contamination: a) liquid milk in the milk-collecting stations that was then used in the production of powdered infant formula, liquid and powdered milk products, and processed milk-containing foods; b) animal feed that resulted in contamination of milk, eggs, and potentially meat; c) nondairy creamer and protein powder that lead to the contamination of instant nondairy beverage products; and d) ammonium bicarbonate that was used to produce several types of processed food.
2007) found that sodium hydroxide and ammonium bicarbonate exerted their influence on epidermal histology of RS stem with different modes, resulting in different degradability of RS stem epidermis.
Effects of treatments with sodium hydroxide (SH) and ammonium bicarbonate (AB) were investigated in this study.
The ammonium bicarbonate solution would be constantly recycled, using waste heat from local industry.
Tenders are invited for Supply of ammonium bicarbonate commercial grade.