nitrate

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nitrat

Laboratuvar önlüğündeki leke gümüş nitrat yüzünden. - The stain on the lab coat is due to silver nitrate.

Civalı nitrat iyonik bir bileşiktir. - Mercuric nitrate is an ionic compound.

silver nitrate cehennemtaşı
{f} nitrik aside doymak
gümüş nitratı
{f} nitrik aside batırmak
(isim) nitrat
{f} nitratlamak
nitrate of lime
kalsiyum nitrat
nitrate of sodium
sodyum nitrat
nitrate rayon
nitrat ipeği
nitrate bacterium
nitrat bakteri
nitrate mordant
(Tekstil) nitrat mordanı
nitrate of silver
cehennem taşı
nitrate of silver
gümüş nitrat
nitrate of soda
sodyum nitrat
nitrate of time
(Kimya) kalsiyum nitrat
nickel nitrate
(Kimya) nikel nitrat
cellulose nitrate
(Kimya) selüloz nitrat
silver nitrate
(Kimya,Teknik) gümüş nitrat
ammonium nitrate
amonyum nitrat
calcium nitrate
kalsiyum nitrat
cellulose nitrate
selüloz nitratı
copper nitrate
bakır nitrat
iron nitrate
demir nitrat
lead nitrate
kurşun nitrat
lead nitrate
gümüş nitrat
lithium nitrate
lityum nitrat
mercury nitrate
cıva nitrat
nitrating
{f} nitrürle
nitrating
{i} nitrürleme
potassium nitrate
potasyum nitrat
sodium nitrate
sodyum nitrat
amyl nitrate
amil nitrat
cellulose nitrate
selüloz nitrati
treated with silver nitrate
gümüş nitrat ile tedavi
alumina nitrate
(Tekstil) alüminyum nitrat
ammonium nitrate
(Askeri) AMONYUM NİTRAT: Krater ve çukur açmada kullanılan bir tahrip maddesi
ethyl nitrate
etil nitrat
nitration
nitrasyon
silver nitrate solution
(Kimya) gümüş nitrat çözeltisi
strontium nitrate
(Kimya) stronsiyum nitrat
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of nitrate in Turkish Turkish dictionary

nitrat
Nitrik asit tuzu
nitrat
Nitritin faydalı bakteriler tarafından okside edilmiş hali
English - English
Any salt or ester of nitric acid
To treat, or react, with nitric acid or a nitrate
{n} a salt formed by nitric acid and a base
An important nutrient source of nitrogen to plants with known adverse human health effects when found in elevated concentrations in drinking water Major sources of nitrates are septic systems, animal feed lots, agricultural fertilizers, manure, industrial waste waters, sanitary landfills and garbage dumps
A form of nitrogen that is available to plants as a nutrient In high concentrations, it is a water pollutant
any compound containing the nitrate group (such as a salt or ester of nitric acid) treat with nitric acid, so as to change an organic compound into a nitrate; "nitroglycerin is obtained by nitrating glycerol
1) A salt or ester of nitrous acid Concentrations greater than 45 ppm can be toxic 2) Intermediate breakdown product of biological wastes Common component of nutrient loading in aquatic environments 3) Vital nutrient for plant growth 4) Inorganic fertilizer that enters water supply sources from septic systems, animal feed lots, agricultural fertilizers, manure, industrial waste waters, sanitary landfills and garbage dumps
any compound containing the nitrate group (such as a salt or ester of nitric acid)
An ion consisting of nitrogen and oxygen (NO3-) Nitrate is a plant nutrient and is very mobile in soils
NO3, this is a product in the nitrogen cycle It is not toxic, though at high levels can cause some distress In a reef tank it should be kept as low as possible, under 10ppm Fish only tanks can generally stand 30-40ppm
– A salt of nitric acid (NO3-) Nitrates are often highly soluble and can be reduced to form nitrites or ammonia
Form of nitrogen commonly found in the soil and used by plants for building amino acids, DNA and proteins It is commonly produced by the chemical modification of nitrite by specialized bacteria Chemical formula for nitrate is NO3-
{i} salt or ester of nitric acid (Chemistry)
(NO²-) a water-soluble form of nitrogen usable by plants when nitrites are unavailable
An inorganic form of nitrogen important for plant growth Nitrogen is in this stable form when oxygen is present Nitrate often contaminates groundwater when water originates from manure pits, fertilized fields, lawns or septic systems High levels of nitrate-nitrogen (over 10 mg/1) are dangerous to infants and expectant mothers A concentration of nitrate-nitrogen (NO3-N) plus ammonium-nitrogen (NH4-N) of 0 3 mg/l in spring will support summer algae blooms if enough phosphorus is present
is the most completely oxidized form of nitrogen It is formed during the final stages of biological decomposition, either in wastewater treatment facilities or in natural water supplies Inorganic nitrates such as ammonium nitrate are commonly used as fertilizers Low-level nitrate concentrations may be present in natural waters However, a maximum of 10 ppm nitrate nitrogen is allowed in drinking water supplies Excessive nitrate concentrations may indicate the presence of heavy fertilizer runoff or excessive discharge from a waste treatment facility (http: //www chemetrics com/)
The nitrogen ion, NO3-, is derived from nitric acid and is an important source of nitrogen in fertilizers Nitrate pollution of drinking water, shallow wells being particularly vulnerable, is of concern because infants are especially sensitive A nitrate drinking water standard has been set under the Safe Drinking Water Act An Environmental Protection Agency national survey of drinking water wells conducted from 1988 to 1990 indicated that 2 4% of rural domestic wells contained nitrate at or above the 10 mg/L standard Higher rates of contamination have been found in areas of high vulnerability; for example, surveys along the upper Des Moines river indicate that 20 to 30% of wells exceed the standard
An air pollutant particle containing the NO3 ion
a compound containing nitrogen that can exist in the atmosphere or as a dissolved gas in water and which can have harmful effects on humans and animals Nitrates in water can cause severe illness in infants and domestic animals A plant nutrient and inorganic fertilizer, nitrate is found in septic systems, animal feed lots, agricultural fertilizers, manure, industrial waste waters, sanitary landfills, and garbage dumps
Any salt of nitric acid, having the molecular formula NO3-
Nitrate is a chemical compound that includes nitrogen and oxygen. Nitrates are used as fertilizers in agriculture. High levels of nitrate occur in Eastern England because of the heavy use of fertilizers. used in the name of substances containing nitrogen and oxygen. Nitrates are often used to improve soil (nitrique; NITRIC ACID). Any salt or ester of nitric acid (HNO3). The salts are inorganic compounds with ionic bonds, containing the nitrate ion (NO3^-) and any cation. Many, particularly ammonium nitrate, are used as agricultural fertilizers (see saltpeter). Their runoff in surface water and groundwater can cause serious illness in humans. The esters are organic compounds with covalent bonds, having the structure RONO2, in which R represents an organic combining group such as methyl, ethyl, or phenyl
An ion that, while harmless in itself, can be reduced to nitrite by certain "wort spoiler" bacteria
A salt of nitric acid
{f} add nitric acid (Chemistry)
Mildly toxic end product of biological filtration Can be used as a gauge to tell when a partial water change is needed
A form of nitrogen that rapidly converts to nitrate (NO3-) and is usually included in the NO3- analysis
NO3 the final product in the nitrogen cycle It is not toxic, but can be dangerous at high levels Nitrate is created by the oxidation of nitrite by nitrobacter bacteria In a reef tank, nitrate levels should be kept below 10 ppm
A compound containing nitrogen and oxygen that can exist in the atmosphere or in water and that can have harmful effects on humans and animals at high concentrations
treat with nitric acid, so as to change an organic compound into a nitrate; "nitroglycerin is obtained by nitrating glycerol"
(NO3) a chemical formed when nitrogen from ammonia (NH3), ammonium (NH4) and other nitrogen sources combines with oxygenated water
A nitrogen-containing compound that can exist in the atmosphere or as a dissolved gas in water Nitrates are found in fertilizers, and human and animal wastes Nitrate pollution of drinking water is increasing, especially in states like Florida where fertilizers are commonly used and groundwater deposits are relatively shallow and vulnerable to pollution Nitrates and nitrites can combine to form toxic nitrosamines, which are mutagenic, teratogenic, and carcinogenic Nitrates can harm humans and animals; they are especially dangerous to infants Because they limit the body's ability to carry oxygen to the cells, they can cause brain damage and death
Sodium nitrate or potasium nitrate compounds used as fertilizer
A chemical compound having the formula NO-3 Nitrate salts are used as fertilizers to supply a nitrogen source for plant growth Nitrate addition to surface waters can lead to excessive growth of aquatic plants High groundwater nitrate levels can cause Methemoglobinemia in infants ADVANCE \x 540
nitrate of soda
sodium nitrate
nitrate bacterium
any of the nitrobacteria that oxidize nitrites into nitrates
nitrate bacterium
Any of several nitrobacteria that convert nitrites to nitrates by oxidation. Also called nitric bacterium
nitrate of silver
chemical compound
ammonium nitrate
The ammonium salt of nitric acid, NH4NO3; it is used in fertilizers and explosives (notably in improvised explosive devices)
amyl nitrate
The ester of amyl alcohol (pentanol) and nitric acid, C5H11NO3, used to control angina and as an antidote to cyanide poisoning
calcium nitrate
A colourless salt that absorbs moisture from the air and mainly used as a component in fertilizer
cellulose nitrate
The compound nitrocellulose
hydrogen nitrate
nitric acid
lithium nitrate
the lithium salt of nitric acid, LiNO3, used in fireworks and flares
nitrating
That promotes nitration
nitrating
Present participle of nitrate
peroxyacetyl nitrate
An urban air pollutant formed photochemically in the air as part of photochemical smog
potassium nitrate
the potassium salt of nitric acid, KNO3; used in the production of nitric acid, as a food preservative, and is used in toothpaste for sensitive gums
silver nitrate
The silver salt of nitric acid, AgNO3; it is sensitive to light and is used in the preparation of silver halides for photography; it is used in laboratories as a reagent to test for chloride
sodium nitrate
the sodium salt of nitric acid, NaNO3; used as a food preservative, and as an oxidizing agent in explosives etc
nitrated
{a} combined with niter
gallium nitrate
(Tıp, İlaç) A drug that lowers blood calcium. Used as treatment for hypercalcemia (too much calcium in the blood) and for cancer that has spread to the bone (bone metastases)
ammonium nitrate
A colorless crystalline salt (N2H4O3) used in explosives, fertilizers, and veterinary medicine
ammonium nitrate
white crystalline solid (used in fertilizers and in herbicides, insecticides, freezing mixtures, explosives and solid rocket propellants)
ammonium nitrate
used as an explosive and fertilizer and rocket propellant
ammonium nitrate
NaNO3 Chemical used in starting biofiltration system, especially where there is denitrification in the system which requires the nitrate source
ammonium nitrate
A colorless crystalline salt, NH, used in fertilizers, explosives, and solid rocket propellants
ammonium nitrate
Inorganic salt, formula NH4NO3, formed from the neutralization of nitric acid by ammonia Ammonium nitrate is a deliquescent solid with a low vapor pressure, which consequently forms in the atmosphere when high concentrations of ammonia and nitric acid occur, for example, in polluted urban areas It is thought to sometimes make up a considerable fraction of the urban aerosol present in smog episodes See deliquescence
amyl nitrate
a vasodilator that is sometimes used to treat angina pectoris
calcium nitrate
a deliquescent salt that is soluble in water; sometimes used as a source of nitrogen in fertilizers
calcium nitrate
Colorless crystals, CaNOO, used in explosives
cellulose nitrate
nitric acid esters; used in lacquers and explosives
nitrated
treated with silver nitrate
nitrated
Combined, or impregnated, with nitric acid, or some of its compounds
nitrated
Prepared with nitrate of silver
nitrated
reacted, or treated with nitric acid or a nitrate
nitrates
plural of nitrate
nitration
{i} addition of nitrates to a mixture (Chemistry)
nitration
the reaction of something with nitric acid; especially such a reaction, in the presence of sulphuric acid, to introduce a nitro functional group into a compound
potassium nitrate
A transparent white crystalline compound, KNO, used to pickle meat and in the manufacture of pyrotechnics, explosives, matches, rocket propellants, and fertilizers. Also called saltpeter
potassium nitrate
(KNO3) used especially as a fertilizer and explosive
potassium-nitrate
saltpeter, salt of nitric acid with potassium, niter
silver nitrate
a nitrate used in making photographic emulsions; also used in medicine as a cautery and as a topical anti-infective agent
silver nitrate
A poisonous colorless crystalline compound, AgNO, that becomes grayish black when exposed to light in the presence of organic matter and is used in manufacturing photographic film, silvering mirrors, dyeing hair, plating silver, and in medicine as a cautery and antiseptic. Inorganic compound (AgNO3), colourless, transparent crystals with a bitter, caustic, metallic taste. The most important silver compound, it is used to prepare other silver salts, to silver mirrors, and as a reagent in analysis. It is very soluble in water; dilute solutions are effective against gonococcal bacteria and may be applied to newborns' eyes to prevent blindness from gonorrhea. Ingesting silver nitrate causes violent abdominal pain and gastroenteritis
sodium nitrate
A white crystalline compound, NaNO, used in solid rocket propellants, in the manufacture of explosives and glass and pottery enamel, and as fertilizer. Also called caliche, Chile saltpeter, saltpeter, soda niter
sodium nitrate
(NaNO3) used especially as a fertilizer and explosive
sodium nitrate
niter, white crystalline salt (used in the manufacture of gunpowder, explosives, fertilizers and for curing meats)
uranyl nitrate
a yellow salt obtained by the reaction of uranium salts with nitric acid
Turkish - English

Definition of nitrate in Turkish English dictionary

nitrat
(Kimya) nitrite
nitrat
nitrate

Natural mineral water contains calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium as well as nitrate. - Doğal maden suyu kalsiyum, magnezyum, sodyum, potasyum ve ayrıca nitrat içerir.

The stain on the lab coat is due to silver nitrate. - Laboratuvar önlüğündeki leke gümüş nitrat yüzünden.

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