ammonium hydroxide


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ammonium hydroxide

[ə′mōn·yəm ‚hī′dräk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
NH4OH A hydrate of ammonia, crystalline below -79°C; it is a weak base known only in solution as ammonia water. Also known as aqua ammonia.
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1 wt% MSO-3, dried, cured, laundered, and rinsed with ammonium hydroxide were similar and are represented by Fig.
In addition, both strategies merely dilute the ammonium hydroxide functionality rather than eliminate it.
By comparison, DOH estimated the radiation dose to an agricultural worker using the ammonium hydroxide as a fertilizer is much less than exposure received from watching television," Maxwell noted.
The precipitate of hydrated tin oxide was obtained by the reaction between ammonium hydroxide and tin chloride (IV) solutions.
They kicked her and poured ammonium hydroxide onto her face and into her eyes.
Their topics include the anaerobic treatment of wastewater from used industrial oil recovery, the biodegradability of oily wastewater using a rotating biological contactor combined with an external membrane, intracellular biosynthesis and removal of copper nanoparticles by dead biomass of yeast isolated from the wastewater of a mine in the Brazilian Amazonia, applying ozone-related processes to mineralize tetramethyl ammonium hydroxide in aqueous solution, improving the efficiency of a coagulation-flocculate wastewater treatment of the semiconductor industry through zeta potential measurements, and treating wastewater effluents from paper-recycling plants by coagulation process and optimization of treatment conditions with response surface methodology.
LFTB, which is often used as a cheap filler in supermarket ground beef, consists of meat scraps that are treated with ammonium hydroxide to kill bacteria.
For this purpose, we changed the concentration of ammonium hydroxide from 0.
Some to those additives include ammonium hydroxide, commonly used in cleaning agents, and diammonium phosphate, used as a nicotine enhancer.
Another common ingredient is ammonium hydroxide, which is corrosive and extremely irritable to eyes, skin and respiratory passages.
2 molar ammonium hydroxide (at pH 11), a commercial deck cleaner (aqueous solution of sodium hypochlorite/sodium hydroxide at pH 11.
The pH can be adjusted by using potassium hydroxide (KOH) and/or potassium hydroxide + ammonium hydroxide (NH4OH) or sodium hydroxide.