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nitrite

any salt or ester of nitrous acid

nitrite

[′nī‚trīt]
(chemistry)
A compound containing the radical NO2-; can be organic or inorganic.
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Analytical methods: Quantification during reduction of substrate concentrations (N[H.sub.4.sup.+] y N[O.sup.2.sub.-]) and increases in the products (N[O.sub.2.sup.-]) was carried out using the 4 500--N[H.sub.4.sup.+]-F phenate method for ammonium, and the 4 500--NO-2-B colorimetric method for nitrite in samples taken from the systems every eight days (Eaton, Clesceri, & Greenberg, 1995).
There were no histopathological alterations in fragments sent for analysis, which discards some diseases and reinforces the diagnosis of nitrate/ nitrite intoxication, which usually does not induce histological lesions (RADOSTITS et al., 2007; TOKARNIA et al., 2012).
Both nitrites and nitrates are naturally occurring inorganic compoundsmade up of nitrogen and oxygen.
Nitrite mediated NO formation has several beneficial effects, including dilation of blood vessels and reduction of inflammation and undesirable cell growth and has demonstrated encouraging results in Phase 2 clinical trials conducted to date in patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF).
A vacuum desiccator with a porcelain plate was used to form a closed system in which tobacco cuts and added nitrate and nitrite could be separated during storage.
Ammonium, nitrate, and nitrite were detected using the supernatant after samples centrifuged at 8000 rpm for 5 min.
"Our phenol and acetone and upcoming derivative projects are steps toward building India's chemical security with import substitution, said Deepak Mehta, Chairman and Managing Director of Deepak Nitrite and Phenolics.
Beijing: A kindergarten teacher has been detained for allegedly poisoning 23 children with nitrite in China's Henan province.
Keywords: Nitrite, Dyes, Polymer, Optical sensor, Electrochemical sensor.