ammonium hydroxide


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ammonium hydroxide

NH4OH, a solution of ammonia gas in water, used as a household cleaner and a refrigerant.
Synonym: ammonia water
See also: ammonium
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It is possible for the fatty acid hydrophobes to reduce the accessibility of ammonium hydroxide to MSO-2 and MSO-3 free acids.
We prepared a stock standard solution of uric acid in 1 mmol/L ammonium hydroxide at a molar ratio of 1.
However, the ammonium hydroxide carboxylic salt functionality which provides the water solubility contributes to poor stability with metallic pigments.
Certain component organisms of these biofilms produce urease, which hydrolyzes the urea in the patient's urine to ammonium hydroxide.
Sydney airport later confirmed that the fumes were caused by ammonium hydroxide, a cleaning agent, leaking into the air conditioning system.
According to the Department of Health (DOH), use of Siemens' ammonium hydroxide product as a fertilizer will have no adverse impacts on public health or the environment when used as directed.
However, we have shown in this study that if the pendant acrylic acid groups are first pre-neutralized with aqueous ammonium hydroxide and then ammonium carbonate is added prior to AZC addition, then colloidal stability is maintained and a stable ionomer dispersion is obtained.
Examples of bases are ammonium hydroxide (NH4OH), calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2), and potassium hydroxide (KOH).
The pH of the slurry and rinse tank should be controlled with reagent-grade ammonium hydroxide ([NH.
Although Giant Food claims it does not use ammonium hydroxide in the ground beef sold at their stores, the company has yet to disclose which antimicrobial agents go into the processing of the ground beef they carry.
Tenders are invited for Supply of ammonium hydroxide liquid
The tin chloride, ammonium hydroxide, polyvinyl alcohol and sodium sulfate ("chemically pure" qualification) were used in the work.