nitrite

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Kimya) nitrat
nitrit

Nitrit içermeyen gıdaları tercih etmeli miyim? - Should I opt for nitrite-free foods?

Onlar nitritin kolona zararlı olduğunu söylüyorlar. - They say nitrite is harmful to the colon.

{i} nitrit asit tuzu
nitröz asidi tuzu
nitrite nitrogen
(Askeri) nitrojen nitrit
nitrites
(Denizbilim) nitrit
amyl nitrite
amil nitrit
magnesium nitrite
magnezyum nitrit
sodium nitrite
sodyum nitrit
ethyl nitrite
(Kimya) etil nitrit
İngilizce - İngilizce
any salt or ester of nitrous acid
the univalent radical -NO2, and the anion NO2-
{n} a salt formed by the nitrous acid, with a base
{i} salt of nitrous acid (Chemistry)
A salt of nitrous acid
Any salt or ester of nitrous acid (HNO2). The salts are inorganic compounds with ionic bonds, containing the nitrite ion (NO2^-) and any cation. The esters are organic compounds with covalent bonds, having the structure RONO, in which R represents a carbon-containing combining group and the bonding is from carbon to oxygen. These covalent nitrites are constitutional isomers (see isomerism) of the nitro compounds, nitric acid derivatives (RNO2), in which the bonding is from carbon to nitrogen. Nitrites are used as food preservatives and color enhancers, though they are so toxic they have caused deaths and combine with amines to produce carcinogens. They are used in medicine to dilate blood vessels
the radical -NO2 or any compound containing it (such as a salt or ester of nitrous acid)
the univalent radical -NO{2}, and the anion NO{2}[-]
nitrite bacterium
any of the nitrobacteria that oxidize ammonia into nitrites
nitrite bacterium
Any of several nitrobacteria that convert ammonia to nitrites by oxidation. Also called nitrous bacterium
alkyl nitrite
Any of a class of inhalant recreational drugs, originally developed for the treatment of angina
amyl nitrite
isoamyl nitrite
amyl nitrite
The ester of amyl alcohol and nitrous acid
isoamyl nitrite
The ester of isoamyl alcohol and nitrous acid, a volatile yellow liquid used as a vasodilator and antidote to cyanide poisoning; used illicitly as a sexual stimulant
potassium nitrite
the potassium salt of nitrous acid, KNO2
sodium nitrite
the sodium salt of nitrous acid, NaNO2; used as a food preservative and in many industrial applications
amyl nitrite
{i} (Chemistry) yellowish and oily liquid used in medicine to enlarge blood vessels, substance inhaled for its rousing stimulatory effects
amyl nitrite
A yellowish oily volatile liquid, C5H11NO2, used in medicine as a heart stimulant and a vasodilator
amyl nitrite
The inhalation of its vapor instantly produces flushing of the face
amyl nitrite
A volatile yellow liquid, C, formerly used in medicine as a vasodilator, but now replaced by other nitrates, such as nitroglycerin. It is used illicitly to induce euphoria and enhance sexual stimulation
butyl nitrite
a colorless pungent liquid sometimes used as a stimulant drug by drug abusers
butyl nitrite
A colorless, volatile liquid, C, that is marketed in some household room deodorizers and used illicitly to induce euphoria and enhance sexual stimulation
sodium nitrite
nitrite used to preserve and color food especially in meat and fish products; implicated in the formation of suspected carcinogens
nitrite