ammonolysis


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ammonolysis

[‚a·mə′näl·ə·səs]
(chemistry)
A dissociation reaction of the ammonia molecule producing H+and NH2- species.
Breaking of a bond by addition of ammonia.
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Ammonolysis was used for the conversion of chromium metalate precursors into ternary nitrides.
Nylon 6 and/or nylon 6,6 can be converted into a mixture of the respective monomers through an ammonolysis process [10].
McKinney, who invented the ammonolysis process, further explored the effect of Lewis-acid catalyst precursors on the rate of this process.