ammonia

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  • This would soon become the world's largest producer of ammonia.
  • However, ammonia has some problems as a basis for life.
  • At this point the addition of the ammonia should be stopped.
  • Although ammonia is well known as a weak base, it can also act as an extremely weak acid.
  • However, the level of ammonia in any final product has not come close to toxic levels to humans.
  • This form should not be applied to ammonia or water viscosity over a large temperature range.
  • Upon adding a strong base such as liquid ammonia, the color turns orange.
  • The discovery of a new way of producing ammonia had other significant economic impacts as well.
  • The study of interstellar ammonia has been important to a number of areas of research in the last few decades.
  • In the same year he first determined the elemental composition of the gas ammonia.
  • Because both the world population and the intensive agriculture used to support it are growing, ammonia demand is growing.
  • Ammonia from plants built during both world wars to make explosives became available for fertilizers.
  • These symptoms are caused by rising ammonia levels in the blood.
  • The cost of natural gas makes up about 90% of the cost of producing ammonia.
  • Life forms based in ammonia (rather than water) have been suggested, though this solution appears less optimal than water.
  • Ammonia is produced from natural gas and air.
  • With this process complete he was able to create large amounts of ammonia, which was available for the industrial and agricultural fields.
  • What is known is that exposure to ammonia prenatally, especially at a young age can cause serious brain damage.
  • Some off loads of other companies had pH levels equal to household ammonia.
  • It has also been theorized that liquid-ammonia oceans could exist deep below the surface.
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Meaning of ammonia

  • noun A pungent gas compounded of nitrogen and hydrogen (nh3)