ammoniacal


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am·mo·ni·a·cal

(ă-mō-nī'ă-kăl),
Relating to ammonia.

ammoniacal

(am″ŏ-nī′ă-kăl)
Pert. to or having the characteristics of ammonia.
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This is supported by the rejection of the cooked Nile perch when a rotten odor with a strong ammoniacal smell, a sour, fishy and musty taste, and a very soft and mealy texture was detected at this point of fish storage.
Wood treated with less-toxic preservatives, such as ACQ, copper azole and ammoniacal copper citrate.
According to CSPC, two possibilities are ammoniacal copper quaternary (ACQ) or copper boron azole (CBA).
Evolution of ammonia into the air does not pose any serious environmental problem due to lower quantities of ammoniacal losses per unit area.
Five milliliters of 3% ammoniacal methanol (30 mL/L ammonium hydroxide in methanol) was used to elute analytes into clean tubes.
Nappy rash: The most common form of nappy rash is called ammoniacal dermatitis and is a direct result of the chemical breakdown of urine by bacteria in the faeces.
BREASTFED babies don't get constipated, since breast milk is more easily digested than cow's milk; they are also less prone to ammoniacal nappy rash.
With some processes such as electroless lines, cupric chloride etching, and ammoniacal etching, continuous monitoring (pH, conductivity, specific gravity, colorimetric, or on-line titration) allows the operator to maintain consistent, optimum conditions.
North's warehouse was built in about 1885 as a tannery, the legacy of that industry being thick walls designed to contain ammoniacal fumes.
Waterborne preservatives, such as chromated copper arsenate (CCA), ammoniacal copper zinc arsenate (ACZA), and ammoniacal copper arsenate (ACA), are applied in water solutions that leave a paintable surface.
Gas defects or the buildup of ammoniacal nitrogen or other chemical condensates.
Other fixed arsenate compounds used to treat southern pine include ammoniacal copper arsenate, ACA, and acid copper chromate, ACC.