ammonolysis


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am·mo·nol·y·sis

(ă'mō-nol'i-sis),
The breaking of a chemical bond with the addition of the elements of ammonia (NH2 and H) at the point of breakage.
[ammonia + G. lysis, dissolution]

ammonolysis

/am·mo·nol·y·sis/ (am″o-nol´ĭ-sis) a process analogous to hydrolysis, but in which ammonia takes the place of water.

am·mo·nol·y·sis

(am'ō-nol'i-sis)
The breaking of a chemical bond with the addition of the elements of ammonia (NH2 and H) at the point of breakage.
[ammonia + G. lysis, dissolution]
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