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am·mo·ni·ac

(ă-mō'nē-ak),
A gum resin from a plant of western Asia, Dorema ammoniacum (family Umbelliferae); used internally as a stimulant and expectorant, and externally as a counterirritant plaster.

ammoniac

(ə-mō′nē-ăk′)
n.
A strong-smelling gum resin from the stems of a plant (Dorema ammoniacum) of western Asia, formerly used in perfumery and in medicine as an expectorant and a stimulant. Also called gum ammoniac.
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In addition, when Prussian blue decomposes in this ammoniac, anoxic environment, this complex salt, called iron hexacyanoferrate, also turns out to be an excellent precursor of hematite, the most stable and commonly found form of iron oxide on the surface of the Earth," explained Ruiz Bermejo.
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Ammoniac glowed in a fiery pits of hell sort of way.
Furthermore, Kavian II, Ammoniac and Urea 7 in Marvdasht, south of Iran, MEG production unit in Morvarid Petrochemical Plant and Mahabad polyethylene production unit are other projects which will become operational during the second half of the current Iranian year.
According to the report from IME international affairs and PR, 270 MT of Ammoniac from two local producers was traded with the unit price of 11,774 IRR for products of both companies.
Iran and Oman entered an agreement in August, 2009 to collaborate on the construction of the Hormoz urea and ammoniac production plant in Assalouyeh, Southern Iran.
Different from crack which is mixed with bicarbonate and ammoniac, this drug - called OXI - comes from the cocaine basic pasta and is mixed with kerosene and lime to be very cheap.
In this study, levels of APO-A, ammoniac, TSH and total Bilirobin in serum by Pars test kits and by spectrophotometric method was measured.
Set up a new ammoniac emission processing unit to process the DAP Ghannouche plant emissions and to fight against atmospheric sulfur pollution at the port of GabE s,
In solution, ammonium exists as a positively charged ammonium ion, whereas in the gas phase, charge-neutral ammoniac is readily lost, leading to formation of a reduced alkali ion-DNA adduct.
Hunayn ibn Ishaq (808-873 or 877): "For a flabby uvula (lahat mustarkhiya), Hunayn ibn Ishaq prescribed taking the flesh of a sour watermelon, Yemenite alum, and sal ammoniac, one part of each; mixing it, putting a little of it when it is sticky on a spoon, and placing it on the uvula, for it will raise the uvula.
The $220 million plant, due to come on stream in 1998, will have a daily production capacity of 1,300 tonnes of fertilizer, 1,200 tonnes of urea and 955 tonnes of ammoniac.