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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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The safe pack is more convenient, it helps mitigate the spread of disease from used needles, and at the same time it is less costly for the patient, Hartshorn adds, because the safe pack is covered by most insurance plans, whereas separate disposable devices are often not covered.
lt;BThe new-look management team at One Black Bear (back row, from left) Kate Hartshorn and Amy Eddy with (front row) Amy Gouldson, Richard Elwell, Jon Harrison and Kelly O'Hanlon
According to the agency's order, Hartshorn disproportionately allocated profitable trades to proprietary accounts and unprofitable trades to client accounts, bringing in a sizable profit in doing so.
Madeline and Cameron Hartshorn are budding photographers whose father, portrait photographer Mac Hartshorn and mom, Jennifer Hartshorn are the co-owners of the Hartshorn Portraiture.
Jones was upstairs watching television in the bedroom but when Miss Hartshorn went to bed he was already asleep.
Secretary Mary Hartshorn is pictured getting ready to call the bingo
Hartshorn was thought to suffer from a rare genetic disorder called lipodystrophy, a condition she inherited from her mother Tracey.
However in sentencing Hartshorn to six months' imprisonment suspended for 18 months and ordering her to pay PS1,400 compensation, he accepted she had been under financial pressure at the time and that she supported a daughter and a nephew.
Miss Sabrina Hartshorn, prosecuting, told how Mr Gledhill went into a neighbour's house to see an elderly man on the floor with Thompson and McCluskey arguing.
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