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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The kinetics of the dissolution of gold colloid in oxygenated ammoniacal thiosulphate solutions.
Nyord T, Schelde KM, Sogaard HT, Jensen LS, Sommer SG (2008) A simple model for assessing ammonia emission from ammoniacal fertilisers as affected by pH and injection into soil.
Application of response surface methodology (RSM) for optimization of ammoniacal nitrogen removal from semi-aerobic landfill leachate using ion exchange resin.
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The initiator system for polyester cure was composed of ammoniacal ferrous sulphate, provided by Resiquimica, DETA, and cumene hydroperoxide (80% in cumene), supplied by Sigma-Aldrich.
They claimed to have found several unidentified byproducts in the river water, which form when chlorine reacts with ammoniacal contaminants and cyanobacterial bloom.
Ammoniacal nitrogen removal from water by treatment with clays and zeolites, Water Research 34(14): 3675-3681.
The most commonly used etchants by flexible circuit manufacturers are cupric chloride, ferric chloride, and to a lesser extent some ammoniacal etchants.