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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For example, the EPA ordered a company to upgrade its equipment and systems at three facilities after an anhydrous ammonia release at only one facility, costing the company over $100,000.
Apart from anhydrous ammonia, the company stored tons of ammonium nitrate, a fertiliser that can be used in bomb-making.
The KSIIS contract will add the anhydrous ammonia program of the NDDA to the growing list of state department programs and divisions that are looking to electronic solutions with increased automation to support their regulatory work.
2]O emitted from fields fertilized with anhydrous ammonia was, on average, twice as high as emissions from fields fertilized with urea.
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Dealing with chlorine and anhydrous ammonia is much more difficult.
Best of all, anhydrous ammonia treated with it renders any methampbetamine it was used to make extremely difficult to dry and turns it an unbleachable pink.
suppliers of equipment and services to build an anhydrous ammonia plant in Sokhna Port, Egypt.
The objectives of this study were to evaluate fall application of anhydrous ammonia with or without nitrapyrin for soft red winter wheat yield in Missouri, and to relate crop yield to N[H.
Vehicle Projects noted that its approach to "fuel identity," which the company identifies as "a major issue impacting eventual commercialization of [FC] locomotives," involves the examination of reversible metal hydrides for onboard storage and anhydrous ammonia for offboard hydrogen generation and "possible future onboard storage.
that the company released 750 pounds of anhydrous ammonia when a refrigeration system malfunctioned at a food distribution site in Minneapolis in August 2000, according to the agency.
But both may involve the use of anhydrous ammonia fertilizer, says John Shutske, agricultural safety and health specialist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service.