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ammoniate

 [ah-mo´ne-āt]
to combine with ammonia.
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In cases where major reviews of previous work are readily available (as they are for ammine complexes), these are cited and the authors restrict themselves to more recent work.
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The epoxy monomer and the ammine were always mixed in 1:1 stoichiometric ratio.
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