ammonium salt


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ammonium salt

[ə′mōn·yəm ′sȯlt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A product of a reaction between ammonia and various acids; examples are ammonium chloride and ammonium nitrate.
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1% improvement in tensile modules by the addition of 10% montmorillonite modified with methyl tallow (bis-2-hydroxy ethyl) quaternary ammonium salt to DGEBA epoxy system.
Ammonium salts were prepared first by dissolving the amine in water and then the stoichiometric amount of acid was added, so an overall 50 wt% aqueous slurry resulted.
Figure 3 shows the effect on the d-spacing of the various exchange times with fresh ammonium salt in THF.
Note that the alkyl chain length of four alkyl quaternary ammonium salts used to fabricate organophilic MMT decreases in the order of TMO > TMT > TMC > TMD.
So, the quaternary ammonium compounds dimethyl-di(hydrogenated tallow) alkyl ammonium salt shows ease of crosslinking as compared to other primary amine modifier.
Table 1: Comparative study of using different types of salts as a component of phosphate buffer (a component of mobile phase) Type of salts used in phosphate buffer Parameters Ammonium salt sodium salt R value 0.
2004, "Ionic Liquids Based upon Metal Halide/Substituted Quaternary Ammonium Salt Mixtures," Inorg.
Polysiloxane-Based, Hybrid Antifouling/Fouling-Release Coatings Containing Tethered Quaternary Ammonium Salt Groups--Partha Majumdar, et al.
5; and component (b): a pigment other than the component (a), wherein the pigment has a sulfonic group or a metal salt, ammonium salt or amine salt thereof.
With the development of its new emulsifier technology, Dyneon is on track to be the first to achieve the goal of eliminating the use of PFOA, in particular, its ammonium salt, APFO, which has played a historical role as a polymerization aid in the manufacture of certain fluoropolymers," said Shome Bag, marketing specialist Energy & Environment 3M Gulf.
Pittsburgh, is a cationic quarternary ammonium salt.