ammonia

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Englisch - Türkisch
amonyak

Amonyak çoğunlukla temizlik ürünlerinde bulunur. - Ammonia is often found in cleaning products.

Amonyak çok güçlü bir kokusu olan renksiz bir sıvı veya gaz. - Ammonia is a colorless liquid or gas with a very strong smell.

(Tıp) Nişadır, amonyak (NH3=17.01)
(isim) amonyak
(Kimya) susuz
nışadırruhu
ammonia solution
amonyak çözeltisi
ammonia nitrogen
amonyak azotu
ammonia soda process
amonyak soda işlemi
ammonia synthesis
amonyak sentezi
ammonia water
amonyak suyu
ammonia canister
(Askeri) AMONYA MASKE SÜZGECİ: Dikdörtgen biçiminde, yeşil renkte bir gövdeden ibaret, bir özel maksat süzgeci. İçinde, amonya'yı emme bakımından yüksek kapasiteye sahip bir kimyasal madde vardır ve amonyak buharlarına karşı korunmak için faydalıdır; Özel bir gaz maskesinin ana parçası
ammonia dynamite
(Askeri) (COMMERCIAL) AMONYA DİNAMİT (TİCARİ): Arazi temizlemede, huni açmada ve taş ocaklarında kullanılan ticari bir dinamit cinsi
ammonia hidroxide
(Tekstil) amonyum hidroksit
ammonia soda
(Tekstil) amonyak sodası
ammonia solution
(Tekstil) amonyak eriyiği
ammonia water
(Tekstil) amonyum hidroksit
caustic ammonia
amonyum hidroksit
dissociated ammonia
çözüşük amonyak
dissociated ammonia
çözüsük amonyak
sulhydrate of ammonia
(Tekstil) amonyum hidrosülfid
Englisch - Englisch
A gaseous compound of hydrogen and nitrogen, NH3, with a pungent smell and taste
A substance with molecules made up of a nitrogen atom and three hydrogen atoms
A pungent colorless gaseous alkaline compound of nitrogen and hydrogen NH3 that is very soluble in water and can easily be condensed to a liquid by cold and pressure
A form of nitrogen found in organic materials and many fertilizers It is the first form of nitrogen released when organic matter decays It can be used by most aquatic plants and is therefore an important nutrient It converts rapidly to nitrate (NO3 ) if oxygen is present The conversion rate is related to water temperature Ammonia is toxic to fish at relatively low concentrations in pH-neutral or alkaline water Under acid conditions, non-toxic ammonium ions (NH4+) form, but at high pH values the toxic ammonium hydroxide (NH4OH) occurs The water quality standard for fish and aquatic life is 0 02 mg/l of NH4OH At a pH of 7 and a temperature of 68 Deg F (20 Deg C), the ratio of ammonium ions to ammonium hydroxide is 250: 1; at pH 8, the ratio is 26: 1
NH3, this is one of the steps in the nitrogen cycle It is toxic to most creatures, and should be at un-measurable levels after a tank has cycled
An alkaline gas composed of nitrogen and hydrogen Aqueous solutions of with 5-10% ammonia are sold as household ammonia
Introduced into the water by swimmers as waste (perspiration or urine) or by other means Quickly forms foul-smelling, body- irritating chloramines - a disabled, less- effective form of chlorine See chloramines or combined chlorine
a pungent gas compounded of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3)
A colorless, pungent, gas (NH3) that is extremely soluble in water, may be used as a refrigerant; a fixed nitrogen form suitable as fertilizer
(NH3)- A Nitrogen containing compound that combines with free chlorine to form chloramines Back to Top
A colorless gaseous compound of nitrogen and hydrogen used in refrigeration and in making of fertilizers and explosives Found in some ambient air conditions (099)
Type of balloon that uses ammonia as its lifting agent instead of helium, hydrogen or coal gas Becoming very popular in 1990's Much less costly than flying other gas bags Has approximately 0 5 lifting power of helium Popularized by Tim Cole and Dennis Brown of Colorado Ammonia gas is readily available in agricultural areas and smells a bit whiffy
a water solution of ammonia
Anhydrous liquid ammonia (NH3)
A pungent, gaseous compound of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3) produced when animal waste is broken down by bacteria Intensive hog operations release large quantities of ammonia to the atmosphere Since it readily dissolves in water, the ammonia eventually returns to earth in rainfall (see intensive livestock operation)
A compound of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3) that is a common by-product of animal waste Ammonia readily converts to nitrate in soils and streams
A disinfectant commonly used with chlorine to treat water (This process is called chloramination )
A form of nitrogen found in organic materials and many fertilizers It is the first form of nitrogen released when organic matter decays, can be used by most aquatic plants, and is, therefore, an important nutrient Ammonia converts rapidly to nitrate (NO3-) if oxygen is present The conversion rate is related to water temperature Ammonia is toxic fish at relatively low concentrations in pH-neutral or alkaline water Under acidic conditions, non-toxic ammonium ions (NH4+) form, but at high pH values, the toxic ammonium hydroxide (NH4OH) occurs The water quality standard for fish and aquatic life is 0 02 mg/l of NH4OH At a pH of 7 and a temperature of 68°F (20˚°C), the ratio of ammonium ions to ammonium hydroxide is 250: 1; at pH of 8, the ratio is 26: 1
NH3, a toxic substance that builds up in the aquarium It is released by fish through their gills and as a result of waste buildup Ammonia is the first step in the nitrogen cycle, and is removed by bacterial action where it is transformed into nitrite, or can be removed by mechanical filtration
reduced form of nitrogen present in the atmosphere in mixing ratios of approximately 1 part per million by volume (ppmv) The major sources of ammonia are emissions from soil and domestic animals It is very soluable in water and therefore has a relatively short atmospheric lifetime Ammonia can also be a source of aerosol by reacting with sulfuric acid to form ammonium aerosol particles
Chemical added to make sure chlorine remains active while the water is in the distribution system
is a pungent colorless gaseous compound of nitrogen and hydrogen that is very soluble in water and can easily be condensed into a liquid by cold and pressure Ammonia reacts with NOx to form ammonium nitrate -- a major PM2 5 component in the Western United States
A colorless nitrogen compound produced as a degradation product of protein and nonprotein nitrogen in the rumen and can be used to synthesize bacterial protein
a pungent gas compounded of nitrogen and hydrogen
A pungent alkaline gas, a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3) It is formed naturally when bacteria decompose nitrogen-containing compounds, such as manures Emissions of ammonia can be a problem in enclosed livestock facilities, and in the ambient air they may contribute to very fine particulate matter Synthetic ammonia is used as a nitrogen fertilizer Also called anhydrous ammonia, it is the basic feed stock for the production of all nitrogen fertilizers as well as being a direct application material Synthetic ammonia is made through a reaction between natural gas and nitrogen
(NH3) - Type of balloon that uses ammonia as its lifting agent instead of helium, hydrogen or coal gas Becoming very popular in 1990's Much less costly than flying other gas bags Has approximately 5 lifting power of helium Popularized by Tim Cole and Dennis Brown of Colorado Ammonia gas is readily available in agricultural areas of the USA
A nitrogen-containing substance which may indicate recently decomposed plant or animal material
The unionised form of ammonia (although sometimes used to express the total ammonia (i e unionised and ionised) Symbol NH3 Toxic to fish See unionised ammonia for more details on toxicity The amount of ammonia produced by the fish is approximately 0 03 x feed (for commercial diets) Therefore for every 1000g of feed that is fed 30g of total ammonia is produced This is excreted by the fish in the urine and across the gills The ammonia production will vary throughout the day with the 0 03 value being the average In systems where the feeding regimes are confined to a few large feeds over a short period, the maximum ammonia production at any time may be twice this amount, with corresponding periods of very low ammonia output
Ammonia is a colourless liquid or gas with a strong, sharp smell. It is used in making household cleaning substances. Colourless, pungent gas composed of nitrogen and hydrogen, chemical formula NH3. Easily liquefied by compression or cooling for use in refrigerating and air-conditioning equipment, it is manufactured in huge quantities. Ammonia is made by the Haber-Bosch process (see Fritz Haber). Its major use is as a fertilizer, applied directly to soil from tanks of the liquefied gas. Also employed as fertilizers are salts of ammonia, including ammonium phosphate and ammonium nitrate (the latter used in high explosives as well). Ammonia has many other industrial uses as a raw material, catalyst, and alkali. It dissolves readily in water to form ammonium hydroxide, an alkaline solution (see base) familiar as a household cleaner. ammonia soda process synthetic ammonia process Haber ammonia process
A gaseous compound of hydrogen and nitrogen, NH3, with a pungent smell and taste: often called volatile alkali, and spirits of hartshorn
{i} colorless soluble gas (Chemistry)
A gaseous compound of hydrogen and nitrogen, NH{3}, with a pungent smell and taste
azane
ammonia borane
An inorganic hydride of nitrogen and boron, NH3BH3, proposed as a source of hydrogen in motor vehicles
ammonia caramel
a material manufactured by heating sugars with ammonia or ammonium compounds
ammonia clock
an atomic clock based on vibrational frequency of the nitrogen atom in the ammonia molecule
ammonia water
a water solution of ammonia
880 ammonia
A saturated solution of ammonia in water; ammonium hydroxide 28% (w/w as ammonia)
ammonia.
alkaline air
liquid ammonia
Pure ammonia cooled or condensed to the liquid state
sulphite ammonia caramel
a material manufactured by heating sugars with a sulphite and ammonia or ammonium compounds
liquid ammonia
{i} ammonia in liquid form
spirits of ammonia
a solution of ammonium carbonate in ammonia water and alcohol
ammonia
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