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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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This study proves the concept that acidified nitrite is effective in treating anogenital warts and has identified the dose required for efficacy," Dr.
If you opt to add sodium nitrite to Lettau's recipe (page 90), all that's required is 1 teaspoon of pink curing salt (a mix of 6.
Based on the results, the sorbent has succeeded in the elimination of about 100% of nitrate and nitrite contaminants in the samples.
2 mL of bacterial culture was inoculated into 50 mL AOB media with ammonium concentrations of 500, 1000, 1500 and 2000 [micro]M while NOB media with nitrite concentrations of 100, 500, 1000, and 1500 [micro]M.
The results also showed that the lowest levels of nitrite and nitrous oxide occurred with the fertilizer that contained urea infused with microbial inhibitors.
The leucocyte esterase dipstick test was positive in 11 culture-positive cases, whereas the nitrite dipstick test was positive in 33 culture-positive cases (Table 2).
Sodium Nitrite (CAS 7632-00-0) Market Research Report presents comprehensive data on sodium nitrite markets globally and regionally (Europe, Asia, North America etc.
The aim of this study was to determine the individual and cumulative effects of sodium nitrite and SC powder on the physicochemical properties of cooked pork sausages after 20 d of storage at 4[degrees]C.
b) investigate whether higher daily exposure to drinking-water nitrate or total nitrite that included contributions from diet and drinking water strengthened associations between prenatal exposure to nitrosatable drugs and selected birth defects in offspring.
Venous blood was taken at baseline and at 2 months, and plasma nitrite and nitrate was measured using high performance liquid chromatography.
Decreased levels of nitrite and nitrate (collectively referred to as NOx) have been detected in patients with different forms of dementia, especially AD.
This water-based, nitrite and amine free corrosion inhibitor is a replacement for hazardous nitrite and chromate-based formulations.