anhydrous ammonia


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anhydrous ammonia

[an′hī·drəs ə′mōn·yə]
(inorganic chemistry)
Liquid ammonia, a colorless liquid boiling at -33.3°C.
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An EPA inspection identified potentially unsafe conditions relating to the ammonia refrigeration process, including that the facility had not filed a "risk management plan" as required, based on its storage and handling of about 10,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia.
In 2012 alone, 870 incidents involving anhydrous ammonia were reported, (http://www.
Anhydrous ammonia may be harmful if inhaled at high concentrations, resulting in severe respiratory injuries and possibly death, the EPA said.
Anhydrous ammonia, if present or used above quantities specified in the applicable regulations, triggers several right-to-know requirements under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA).
Thefts of anhydrous ammonia are common in McLennan County, where burglars siphon fertiliser from trailer tanks into five-gallon propane containers, says McLennan County Chief Deputy Sheriff Matt Cawthon, who took up the position in January.
According to NDDA, anhydrous ammonia is used more than any other nitrogen fertilizer source in the state's agriculture.
Anhydrous ammonia is a colorless, highly irritating gas.
However, the combination of a tank of anhydrous ammonia connected to an on-demand ammonia dissociator is a surprisingly efficient energy storage and supply system.
2]O emissions between anhydrous ammonia and urea--at least in the corn cropping systems Venterea has been studying.
Charles residents were evacuated on Friday afternoon as the fire threatened anhydrous ammonia tanks inside.
Anhydrous ammonia is a main ingredient in most fertilizers used on wheat.
According to the report, wholesale prices for anhydrous ammonia in the Corn Belt have declined from the $1,000 per-ton- plus range to the $500 range.