ammonium carbonate


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ammonium carbonate

[ə′mōn·yəm ′kär·bə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
(NH4)2CO3 The normal ammonium salt of carbonic acid, prepared by passing gaseous carbon dioxide into an aqueous solution of ammonia and allowing the vapors (ammonia, carbon dioxide, water) to crystallize.
NH4HCO3·NH2COONH4 A white, crystalline double salt of ammonium bicarbonate and ammonium carbamate obtained commercially; the principal ingredient of smelling salts.
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Manganese oxide precursor particles were prepared by using controlled precipitation route, where manganese chloride and ammonium carbonate were employed as the starting reagents.
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Quick breads, cakes, and cookies use chemical leaveners such as baking powder, baking soda, and ammonium carbonate to help them rise.
Regeneration of ammonium carbonate after salting out AUTC crystals was mastered.
The separation was compared with that obtained using ammonium carbonate buffer with the same two columns in series.
Due anaerobic conditions and lack of oxygen, urea is hydrolysed to ammonium carbonate on the soil and does not undergo further oxidation to nitrates.
Bars then were infiltrated with zirconium ammonium carbonate solution, fired and creep tested.
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This study investigates the effect of the relative proportion of copper oxide (CuO) to didecyl dimethyl ammonium carbonate (DDACb) in an alkaline copper quat (ACQ) formulation on the rate of copper fixation or stabilization and the resistance of treated wood to leaching of copper and quat (DDACb) for different ACQ retentions in wood.
One milliliter of 4% (w/v) aqueous ammonium carbonate was added and the mixture sonicated at 110 W for 30 s at 3 s on and 1 s off.
A core material, such as ammonium carbonate, was ground to a suitable size distribution and encapsulated by a modified solvent evaporation or coacervation technique.