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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Pearson and Kendall's correlation coefficient (Table 1) showed that total nitrogen, total ammoniacal nitrogen, total phosphorus, orthophosphate and chlorophyll a were strongly associated with the samples space distribution, as represented by Axis 1.
Ammoniacal Leaching and Solvent Extraction of Cobalt Crusts using Sulphur Dioxide.
According to Gongalves, Borges and Ferreira (2009), the level of ammoniacal nitrogen in sorghum silage varies from 0.5 to 7.8% of the total nitrogen.
Ammoniacal nitrogen can be absorbed by the bentonite in the green sand.
There was no significant difference in ammoniacal nitrogen (N-NH3) of silages, with hybrid corn varying between 1.96 and 2.72% of total N (Table 1).
The acidification results from the formation of organic acids and nitrification reactions of the ammoniacal N present in the sewage sludge or generated in the mineralization of organic N (Boeira, 2006).
The wind-row perforated without any additive (T) reaches only a modest temperature of approximately 35[degrees]C and additions of urea (Ur) or of ammoniacal nitrogen (Az) do not show any heating effect on the process of decomposition of the date palm by-products (figure 2 a).
Southern pine sapwood wafers were treated with copper sulfate, copper acetate, and ammoniacal copper carbonate, all with 1 percent elemental copper in the waterborne solution, with and without 2 percent PVOH.
They also flagged concern about the impact of copper, zinc anthracene and ammoniacal nitrogen on groundwater and bedrock at the site.
Previous studies with rail spikes in ties treated with ammoniacal copper zinc arsenate showed that spike withdrawal resistance increased markedly with exterior exposures (Morrell et al.