dinitrogen


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dinitrogen

(daɪˈnaɪtrədʒən)
n
(of a chemical compound) containing two nitrogen atoms
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Objective: The chemical transformation of dinitrogen is one of the most important industrial processes.
Cai Z, Laughlin RJ, Stevens RJ (2001) Nitrous oxide and dinitrogen emissions from soil under different water regimes and straw amendment.
To track the cycle of nitrogen in the atmosphere, they studied dinitrogen pentoxide, a molecule that results from the oxidation of nitrogen oxides.
Complete conversion of nitrate into dinitrogen gas in co-cultures of denitrifying bacteria.
Denitrification is a microbial-mediated release of inert dinitrogen gas and potentially nitrogen oxides including nitrous oxide.
Flows of dinitrogen, dioxygen, and TMDSO at 1800, 25, 5 seem (standard cubic centimeter per minute), respectively, were controlled at 550 Pa by means of MKS mass-flow controllers.
Gases such as sulfur hexafluoride and dinitrogen monoxide, which respectively have 20,000 and 300 times more global warming effects than CO2, will be monitored at the meteorological observatory in Minamitori Island, Japan's easternmost island, and the atmospheric environment observatory in Ofunato, Iwate Prefecture, according to agency officials.
Israel DW Investigation of the role of phosphorus in the symbiotic dinitrogen fixation.
2] ratio decreased with increasing pH values, thus forcing denitrification through to dinitrogen.
Large-scale assessment of symbiotic dinitrogen fixation by crops: Soybean and alfalfa in the Mississippi River Basin.